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---Logopened Wed Jan 24 00:00:49 2007
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02:16<peterz>does anybody know if jeff made his uml smp patches public?
02:20<caker>I haven't seen them anywhere
02:20<caker>unfortunately
02:20<peterz>ok, I'll just poke jeff when he gets online again
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03:25<jeroen_>hi
03:25<jeroen_>has anyone ever been crazy enough to try UML on Xen ?
03:25<peterz>s/UML on// no
03:26<jeroen_>er..
03:26<jeroen_>well perhaps it's just a different problem: no matter what kernel or hostsystem I try, I always get a host mount error...
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03:27<jeroen_>I mean root fs mounting error
03:28<fbenites>jeroen_: do you have hostfs?
03:28<fbenites>on the guest system
03:28<jeroen_>well, I tried both hostfs and booting from an image
03:29<jeroen_>actually last time I had a different error
03:29<jeroen_>Kernel panic - not syncing: start_userspace : expected SIGSTOP, got status = 2943
03:29<jeroen_>after the root was mounted read-only
03:32<fbenites>maybe is your image wrong?
03:32<fbenites>but i never heard of this problem
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03:39<jeroen_>I downloaded the image from uml.nagafix.co.uk
03:40<jeroen_>is it still true that the host kernel has to be 2.6.15.7 or lower?
03:40<peterz>no
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03:41[~]peterz runs -git host and guest
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03:42<jeroen_>and I saw some mention of problems with glibc 2.4 and up?
03:42<peterz>fixed since
03:42<jeroen_>alright
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04:45<fbenites>does somebody have experience with using usb drivers on the uml kernel?
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09:20<jdike>Hi guys
09:20<peterz>hey Jeff
09:21<peterz>jdike: do you have those smp patches in a public place?
09:21<peterz>I'd like to have a play with it
09:22<jdike>I can put that tree on the patches page, I guess
09:22<jdike>it's not the cleanest of trees
09:23<peterz>awell, as long as it sorta does what its supposed to do
09:23<jdike>it does
09:23<jdike>kinda
09:24<peterz>see, no problems ;-)
09:24<peterz>worst that can happen is that it breaks, in which case I'll just keep the pieces
09:25<peterz>anyway, gotta pick up some groceries, bbiab
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09:47<peterz>back
10:53<peterz>jdike: put the patches up somewhere?
10:54<jdike>nope, not yet
10:55<peterz>ok, then its not my incompetence keeping me from finding them ;-)
10:55<jeroen_>jdike: uml on xen seems to be a nono
10:56<jdike>there was a recent bug fix which might help that
10:56<jeroen_>are you talking to peterz or to me ?
10:57<peterz>I gather you, since a bugfix for incompetence would be awesome ;-)
10:57<jeroen_>ha
10:58<jdike>hehe
10:58<jeroen_>I tried the latest kernel though, but I couldn't even build a um kernel under a software xen
10:58<jeroen_>and all precompiled kernels had problems with mounting the root filesystem
10:59<jeroen_>I finally figured out how to do hardware xen now though, that's also a solution
11:01<jeroen_>I could try to test again in a couple of days when you have a kernel source for me
11:01<jeroen_>s/when/if/
11:03<jeroen_>anyway, I gotta go, been a long day, see you later
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11:26<nite613>Hi there
11:27<nite613>I have a question about tun/tap. Can I connect more than one UML to a given TAP device, or do I need to run a uml_switch instance and connect THAT?
11:27<jdike>the second
11:28<nite613>Figured :( Okay, Running 64 different uml_switch instances it is, then :(
11:29<jdike>how many UMLs are you running?
11:29<jdike>or is it two, each with 64 eth devices?
11:36<nite613>2, each with 64 devices
11:36<nite613>It's a network security lab where each student gets their own device and some tools tied to it
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11:36<jdike>OK
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11:40<HuK0B>jdike is it possible uml to have problem with time intervals
11:40<jdike>what's the real question?
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11:40<jdike>it shouldn't
11:41<HuK0B>I mean in one of my mail server I set time interval to execute queue 100mins but it execute it for 25mins
11:41<HuK0B>this is not really my problem I mean I host a machine to one friend and he told me about this problem
11:42<jdike>it's supposed to run the queue every 100 min?
11:42<HuK0B>there was other problem with ntp timeout that was set was 60 seconds and I had problems with that it worked ok when I set it to 6000
11:42<HuK0B>yes
11:42<jdike>and it really runs every 25 mintes
11:42<jdike>minutes
11:42<jdike>UML version?
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11:43<HuK0B>don't know he report me that is atound 25mins
11:43<HuK0B>uml 2.6.17.2 kernel
11:43<jdike>can you find a simpler case which has a timing problem?
11:43<jdike>like sleep n not sleeping for n seconds?
11:44<HuK0B>hmm I will go to that mashine and will try sleep(60) function
11:44<HuK0B>if this ok?
11:45<jdike>yeah, time sleep 60
11:45<jdike>should say something really close to 60
11:45<HuK0B>ok
11:47<HuK0B>hmm no problem at my umls
11:47<HuK0B>ftp:/ftp/ftp/domainbg.com/sabin/pb# time sleep 60
11:47<HuK0B>real 1m0.075s
11:47<HuK0B>user 0m0.010s
11:47<HuK0B>sys 0m0.000s
11:47<HuK0B>may be he have some ok
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11:49<jdike>there was a problem a while back where sleep n was really sleep n - 1
11:49<jdike>which meant that sleep 1 finished really fast
11:49<jdike>but that's been fixed for a while
11:50<HuK0B>I didn't understand you
11:50<HuK0B>but nvm
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11:58<the_hydra>hi
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13:12<caker>jdike: a little late, but: g'day mate
13:13<caker>jdike: have a good trip/time?
13:16<dgraves>the_hydra: hey, try using a piece of paper or something useful instead of a ball in that HZ example.
13:16<the_hydra>kindly explain, please?
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13:23<the_hydra>dgraves: kindly explain pls?
13:27<dgraves>oh, instead of using a ball that ...
13:27<dgraves>you throw around.
13:27<dgraves>you use something like i don't know, chopsticks that you pass around.
13:27<dgraves>a ball doesn't leave much to do with it.
13:27<dgraves>but Hz settings affect how much work you can get done with something.
13:28<the_hydra>trying to get your idea...
13:28<the_hydra>maybe it is like paper, get passed between busy writers
13:29<the_hydra>the shorter the HZ, the less a writer can write on to this paper
13:29<the_hydra>sorry, the bigger
13:29<the_hydra>so, if it's so big, the writer just keep passing it without actually write something
13:29<the_hydra>CMIIW
13:30<the_hydra>is that what you are trying to say?
13:30<dgraves>the_hydra: sure. but if its bigger, the writer just keeps writing, not passing it.
13:30<dgraves>cmmiw?
13:30<dgraves>cmiiw?
13:30<the_hydra>yeah
13:30<the_hydra>Corect Me If I am Wrong
13:30<dgraves>the_hydra: yeah, that's exactly what i'm saying. just a better thought than a ball.
13:30<dgraves>ah.
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13:31<the_hydra>i try to adopt it
13:31<the_hydra>but actually HZ is not directly related to rescheduling
13:32<the_hydra>it's more like an alarm buzzed directly to your ear
13:32<the_hydra>the more it buzzes, the more you get "shocked"
13:32<the_hydra>hence illustrating the interrupt, interrupting your concentration
13:40<dgraves>fair enough.
13:40<dgraves>it does affect more than just rescheduling, i guess.
13:41<the_hydra>btw, how is your day over there allan?
13:41<dgraves>its going.
13:41<dgraves>almost done projects. :)
13:41<dgraves>which is good.
13:42<dgraves>cause i had to tell boss why one would be late. :-(
13:42<the_hydra>i see
13:42<dgraves>yeah. don't like that. :(
13:43<dgraves>how about you?
13:43<the_hydra>not so fun, my mind stucks while the deadline is approaching
13:43<the_hydra>and this saturday, i turn into 28 years old
13:43<the_hydra>sickening...
13:44<peterz>ooh, congratz
13:45<the_hydra>yes yes thanks peter
13:58<dgraves>the_hydra: congrats!
13:58<dgraves>you're almost as old as me. :)
13:58<the_hydra>thanks a lot !
13:58<the_hydra>what?!?!?!
13:58<dgraves>i'm 29. :)
13:58<peterz>I'll still be 28 saturday
13:58<peterz>I'll turn 29 during OLS
13:59<dgraves>very nice.
14:00<the_hydra>ok, so soon enough, I will join club 30s
14:00<the_hydra>dgraves: gee, I thought you were around 40!
14:02<dgraves>eeep?
14:02[~]dgraves wonders if that's good or bad.
14:03<peterz>just tell yourself you make a mature impression ;-)
14:03<the_hydra>according to Einstein, it's all about relativity
14:03<the_hydra>so I think 40 is good :)
14:08<dgraves>the_hydra: intersting. most people say I'm immature.
14:08<dgraves>wonder if its like in person verse text.
14:08<the_hydra>yes, especially after reading your jokes in IRC :D
14:08<peterz>either that, or like the_hydra suggested its relative, which says something about the_hydra ;-)
14:08<the_hydra>hahahaha
14:09<dgraves>::LOL::
14:09<nite613>jdike: I Set up the uml_switch and my UML seems to be connecting to it (uml_switch process says "New connection" when I start the UML and shows some MAC addresses), but I can't pass packets
14:10<nite613>I get "send_sock sending to fd 4 Resource temporarily unavailable" from the uml_switch process when I try to send a ping
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14:32<the_hydra>gub
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15:08<jdike>nite613, what are you trying to ping?
15:13<nite613>I got it all sorted out. Apparently it was working okay and then a script later in my boot process ws runing ifconfig on non-existent interfaces and hanging it up
15:13<nite613>That's a problem I can avoid, if not explain
15:19<jdike>is the hanging it up a boot script problem or a UML problem?
16:10<nite613>.... an hour later
16:11<nite613>it seems like it could be a UML problem. The boot script works if the interfaces exist, but if they don't it hangs while running ifconfig on them
16:11<nite613>No matter, it's a silly thing to do
16:11<jdike>what happens if you run it by hand in a shell?
16:12<jdike>does the UML hang, or just the ifconfig?
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