rwatson at freebsd.org
Sat Jun 19 03:29:54 GMT 2004
On Fri, 18 Jun 2004, Grover Lines wrote:
> Ok recompiled with your updated patch and latest whatever else was
> cvsupped and it seems to be fixed. Thanks Robert. Still having my cvsup
> problem though and no idea what it is. Im thinking it probably isnât a
> hardware thing because if I can buildworld and kernel with no errors
> then the hardware should be ok.
Glad the patch fixed the issue.
Unfortunately, hardware problems are a bit hard to characterize, and while
common memory problems will frequentl manifest in buildworld/kernel, they
can also exist and not do that. It might be interesting to look at netstat
-s and see if you have any/many problems with bad checksums at various
Just to confirm: you're not running over-clocked, you don't have
debug.mpsafenet enabled, etc, right? If you're using customer flags to
the compiler, etc, you might want to try eliminating them just to make
sure that's not responsible either.
Is this an SMP box or UP box?
> I know this is off subject but maybe someone has an idea what could be
> causing this. I don't want to have to reinstall. I have a pretty large
> qmail toaster setup, dns, www, etc. I would like my cvsup to work though
> so I don't have to transfer my sources and ports from another machine
> every time I recompile or want to update.
Could you boot to single-user mode and do a full fsck of your file
systems, and confirm there's no file system corruption? May well not be
it, but good to rule out.
> Updating collection src-all/cvs
> Server warning: Cannot open "/usr/local/etc/cvsup/prefixes/FreeBSD.cvs/src/contrib/binutils/ld/emulparams/elf324<Â¬bn32.sh,v": No such file or directory
> Server warning: Cannot open "/usr/local/etc/cvsup/prefixes/FreeBSD.cvs/src/contrib/sendmail/cted_ib/smcontrol.pl,v": No such file or directory
> Server warning: Cannot open "/usr/local/etc/cvsup/prefixes/FreeBSD.cvs/src/cÃ°Hâº/â¤ââââââ/âââ/â¼âºâââ¼/âââââºâ´â.â,â´": Nâº â½â¤ââ¤ Â°âââ âºâ¼ âââ¼ââââºâ¼â¤
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Could you try another cvsup server just to see what happens? I'm not sure
I expect any change, but another good thing to rule out.
Robert N M Watson FreeBSD Core Team, TrustedBSD Projects
robert at fledge.watson.org Senior Research Scientist, McAfee Research
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