Andrea Brancatelli | 14 Jan 12:40 2016
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Insecure default bsnmpd.conf permissions (CVE-2015-5677)

Hello everybody. 

I just read the above security advisory. In the solution it says:

"This vulnerability can be fixed by modifying the permission on
/etc/bsnmpd.conf to owner root:wheel and permission 0600."

I guess it's a typo and the correct filename is /etc/snmpd.config,
right? There's no /etc/bsnmpd.conf in the default config...

Thanks.

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jenkins-admin | 14 Jan 05:09 2016
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FreeBSD_STABLE_10-i386 - Build #825 - Failure

FreeBSD_STABLE_10-i386 - Build #825 - Failure:

Build information: https://jenkins.FreeBSD.org/job/FreeBSD_STABLE_10-i386/825/
Full change log: https://jenkins.FreeBSD.org/job/FreeBSD_STABLE_10-i386/825/changes
Full build log: https://jenkins.FreeBSD.org/job/FreeBSD_STABLE_10-i386/825/console

Change summaries:

293866 by pfg:
MFC	r293683:
ext4: mount panic from freeing invalid pointers

Initialize the struct with those fields to zeroes on allocation,
preventing the panic.

Patch by:	Damjan Jovanovic.

PR:		206056

293865 by allanjude:
MFC: r287473
  Add the new sesutil(8) utility for managing SCSI Enclosure Services (SES) device.

MFC: r287493
  Fix iteration bug

MFC: r287485, r287494, r287992
  Please the angry gcc 4.2 gods

MFC: r287988
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Hongjiang Zhang | 13 Jan 03:39 2016
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fast build release ISO image

Hi all,

I have modified the kernel in order to fix a bug (related to storage driver for hyper-v), and I have to verify
it through a fresh installation. I modified the release/generate-release.sh to build my local copy of
FreeBSD 10.2 instead of fetching src from svn repository. But it takes quite long time and failed at installworld.

My questions:

1.       is there a fast build for ISO image which does not contains src or doc?

2.       Why the script wants to execute "installworld"?

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David Wolfskill | 11 Jan 16:28 2016

Interaction between make & autofs/automountd

Dating from back when I was building ports on each of the 3 machines on
one of my networks using portmaster(8), I have had my ports tree
implemented as an SVN working copy that resides on a ReadyNAS, which is
thus accessed via NFS.

The 3 machines are running "recent" FreEBSD stable/10 (amd64): the build
machine is updated daily, and is thus updated to r293654; the other 2
machines are only updated weekly, so they are presently updated to
r293620.

A couple of the machines use autofs & automountd to make the ports tree
available on demand.  (In the case of the 3rd, I manually mount it when
needed, but that's not at issue for this note, and I won't pursue that
further here.)

The machines that use autofs do so by using symlinks and the existing
maps; e.g.:

albert(10.2-S)[7] ls -lT /usr/ports
lrwxr-xr-x  1 root  wheel  20 Dec 21 04:15:39 2010 /usr/ports -> /net/howland/c/ports
albert(10.2-S)[8] cat -n auto_master
     1  # $FreeBSD: stable/10/etc/auto_master 283242 2015-05-21 13:42:37Z trasz $
     2  #
     3  # Automounter master map, see auto_master(5) for details.
     4  #
     5  /net            -hosts          -nosuid,intr
     6  # When using the -media special map, make sure to edit devd.conf(5)
     7  # to move the call to "automount -c" out of the comments section.
     8  #/media         -media          -nosuid
     9  #/-             -noauto
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S.N.Grigoriev | 11 Jan 14:06 2016
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pfi_table_update: cannot set 77 new addresses into table igb0


Hi list,

I've found out a problem on my server running FreeBSD 10.1-RELEASE-p19 (amd64) with 76 jails configured.
The following message appears during the system startup:

pfi_table_update: cannot set 77 new addresses into table igb0: 22

After that some jails have network communication problems. To restore network communications I need to
restart the pf service from the system console. Remote attempts to restart pf freeze network operations
at all.

My question is: if there is a system tuning variable which allows to fix my problem? 

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jenkins-admin | 9 Jan 18:16 2016
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Jenkins build became unstable: FreeBSD_stable_10 #35

See <https://jenkins.FreeBSD.org/job/FreeBSD_stable_10/35/>

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John Nielsen | 8 Jan 22:52 2016
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lagg(4) + VLAN + if_bridge(4) vs. ARP

Hi all-

I'm trying to troubleshoot a problem on a machine running recent 10-STABLE. The machine has two physical
interfaces and hosts a number of services, including a bhyve VM (FreeBSD 10.2-RELEASE) acting as a
network appliance. The VM has three interfaces: external, internal-trusted and internal-guest. Each
VM interface is plumbed to a TAP device on the host which in turn is a member of a bridge. Here is the current
(working) setup:

External <--------> Host <-> Host <-> Host <-> VM
port                re0      bridge2  tap21    vtnet1

Switch <-> Host <-> Host <-> Host <-> Host <-> VM
port       em0      em0.2    bridge0  tap20    vtnet0
            ^
            \-----> Host <-> Host <-> Host <-> VM
                    em0.103  bridge1  tap22    vtnet2

Since there is not much external traffic, most of the bandwidth potential of re0 is wasted while em0 is
sometimes busy. So I'd like to move to a LAGG setup, as below:

External  Trusted  Untrusted
VLAN 99   VLAN 2   VLAN 103
  |         |        |
  \         |       /
   /---------------\   /------> Host <--> Host <-> Host <-> VM
   |     switch    |   |        lagg0.99  bridge2  tap21    vtnet1
   \---------------/   |
       |    |          |  /---> Host <--> Host <-> Host <-> VM
       |    v          |  |     lagg0.2   bridge0  tap20    vtnet0
       |   Host        v  v
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jenkins-admin | 8 Jan 14:59 2016
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Jenkins build became unstable: FreeBSD_stable_10 #30

See <https://jenkins.FreeBSD.org/job/FreeBSD_stable_10/30/>

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Oliver Pinter | 7 Jan 19:32 2016

cc: error: no such file or directory: '/usr/obj/jenkins/workspace/HardenedBSD-10-STABLE-unstable-amd64/sys/boot/efi/loader/../../ficl/libficl.a' *** [loader.sym] Error code 1

Hi All!

We got this error during the jenkins build: "cc: error: no such file
or directory: '/usr/obj/jenkins/workspace/HardenedBSD-10-STABLE-unstable-amd64/sys/boot/efi/loader/../../ficl/libficl.a'
*** [loader.sym] Error code 1"

http://jenkins.hardenedbsd.org:8180/jenkins/job/HardenedBSD-10-STABLE-unstable-amd64/lastFailedBuild/console

I plan to update the repo with the state from now, and restart the job.
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