<fda> slh: removing the file from /overlay/upper/ + reboot works, it does not appear again in /overlay/upper/ - but "sysupgrade -l (--list-backup)" does still list it. so the unchanged file is in the settings-backup
<fda> now restoring such a backups seems to create it in /overlay/upper
<fda> imho a bug
<fda> @slh: source of the problem:
<fda> $ grep shells /lib/upgrade/keep.d/*
<fda> /lib/upgrade/keep.d/base-files-essential:/etc/shells
<fda> this base-files-essential contains also other useless files like shinit, inittab, sysctl.conf
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<fda> in /etc/shinit was the service() function removed 1 year ago. but as this file is marked as "config" sysupgrade did not upgrade the file on my systems : https://github.com/openwrt/openwrt/commit/b9017384cae7bbc47186fdf35a80207844876a0d#diff-905995024193d40e44180286139ec5335f3b336b15d7224960f74a822f6be1b4
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<rmilecki> Mangix: i'm adding ksmd to my list, but i have other higer priorities now :(
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<jow> hmm
<jow> we currently support two different ways to declare ipsets in dnsmasq
<jow> once through option(/list ipset in dhcp.@dnsmasq[0]
<jow> and once through dhcp.@ipset sections
<jow> the former transparently deals with nft/fw4 by translating the ipset spec into an appropriate nftset one
<jow> the latter does not
<jow> seems the sole motivation for implementing that was "inconvenient syntax"
<jow> but following this logic, the address and server options should've been revamped as well
<jow> on top of that, it seems nobody took care of implementing an equivalent "nftset" section type
<fda-> maybe its because "nf" -.-
<fda-> im still ising iptables and i will not switch. all other devices use old, and some are not updatable so i dont wnt to use different commands
<jow> hm?
<fda-> @jow i recommend this change: https://pastebin.com/Fwx8kiui. on my systems https://github.com/openwrt/openwrt/commit/b9017384cae7bbc47186fdf35a80207844876a0d and https://github.com/openwrt/openwrt/commit/7994461a5a1c2cdd8bf4cc3fa38c4d496534f080 where not applied because these files where handled as user configured
<jow> can you send a patch or make a pr?
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<karlp> Mangix is that the same ccache issue that PaulFertser provided a fix for?
<PaulFertser> btw, even Unicode folks seem to be going to accept my change that fixes libicu build.
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<robimarko> Finally done with travelling for a while
<rmilecki> jow: should I worry about:
<rmilecki> [ 138.552218] do_page_fault(): sending SIGSEGV to utpl for invalid read access from 0000010b
<rmilecki> [ 138.560883] epc = 77d0e790 in libucode.so.20220812[77cf8000+3f000]
<rmilecki> [ 138.567612] ra = 77d0e678 in libucode.so.20220812[77cf8000+3f000]
<rmilecki> i've just seen this on Asus WL500GP V2 (very old device)
<rmilecki> it's the latest master branch
<dwfreed> cute
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<mrkiko> robimarko: hi!!!!
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<Znevna> kek
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<jow> rmilecki: yeah, would be good to figure out the cause
<jow> rmilecki: can you try to produce a core dump?
<mrkiko> robimarko: yesterday I was looking at the DTS currently in master or the GL-AP1300 which is currently disabled, and for which a PR with DSA conversion is pending, as you know. Looking at master, where can I find in the DTS where MAC addresses are read from? I also tried looking at the dts before your commit 27b441cbaf426edffa6b90b06bb356528203b33a
<rmilecki> jow: that happened for me during the first boot
<rmilecki> jow: and network didn't work
<jow> rmilecki: not reproducible anymore now?
<rmilecki> ifconfig, swconfig, brctl looked ok
<rmilecki> network worked after /etc/init.d/network restart
<jow> the above would've only affected firewall
<rmilecki> after reboot network works out of the box and I don't see that SIBSEGV
<jow> does the segfault reappear after firstboot?
<rmilecki> jow: do you know what command could be executed during first boot that possibly cause that
<rmilecki> jow: i'm testing firstboot & reboot now
<jow> my hunch is that the firewall is started very early by hotplug while something is not yet initialized/present
<robimarko> mrkiko: They dont have to be set via DTS, it could be from the userspace or maybe it was just set by bootloader via aliases
<mrkiko> robimarko: I know, but I couldn't find the info I was looking for even in the user-space base-files part. I don't know about bootloader. But I guess if it was set via the bootloader, the dsa conversion would not have needed to do it the way it does
<rmilecki> jow: that souns possible, since it's an old device, slow CPU, things take a lot of time to boot
<rmilecki> jow: uh, i didn't reproduce it on firstboot + reboot
<rmilecki> jow: i'll try few more times later, have to run now
<mrkiko> jow: could it be a kind somewhat OOM condition?
<robimarko> mrkiko: Its hard for me to guess, but what is the issue?
<fda-> jow: im testing the change on my devices but i think someone with much openwrt experience should check it too. also if additional files should be excluded
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<mrkiko> robimarko: simply I wanted to learn something - and so understand where the mac addresses infos are set, also to understand how the info was extracted during DSA conversion so I might have some ideas of what to search should one day I try to do something like that
<mrkiko> robimarko: right now, wan and lan for gl-ap1300 have the same mac after DSA conversion with pr #10909
<robimarko> mrkiko: So, I assume that its currently set via the default ethernet0 alias
<robimarko> It should probably be switched to NVMEM or at least alias for the second port needs to be set
<mrkiko> robimarko: I can't see that alias defined
<robimarko> mrkiko: Its not
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<mrkiko> ok
<mrkiko> but you gave ma a pointer, so ... thanks
<robimarko> Ideally, it should be switched to NVMEM if possible
<robimarko> To make it completely independent from bootloaders
<mrkiko> robimarko: as far as I can tell, this has been done in DSA conversion by nick[m]12
<mrkiko> robimarko: but I was curious, for knowledge sake, to understand from where nick[m]12 was able to extract that information from
<robimarko> mrkiko: You dump the ART
<robimarko> And compare the MACs at the start to the stock
<robimarko> Usually its 0x0, 0x6 and so on
<mrkiko> robimarko: so doign DSA conversion without a device and ART dump is complicated
<robimarko> Kind of
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<stintel> neggles: apparently there's 4 :P
<nbd> dhewg: ping
<dhewg> pong
<xutaxkamay> pong
<xutaxkamay> :-)
<nbd> dhewg: what's the exact issue that you're seeing?
<nbd> (regarding the mt76 bump)
<nbd> and on which device
<dhewg> I'm not 100% sure it's the bump yet, I just suspect it so far. But the scanning doesn't work sometimes on my MT7921AU
<dhewg> well, with iwinfo, iw scans just fine
<dhewg> but iwinfo without any of the patches from the last months fails too, so it's not related to those
<dhewg> I'm pretty sure iwinfo scanning worked recently
<dhewg> when attempting it, it takes a while, but you'll just get "No scan results"
<dhewg> but sometimes it works, and on the next run right after that it doesn't again
<nbd> odd
<dhewg> yeah, but as I said, it may be iwinfo doing stupid things
<dhewg> with the tmp interface and whatnot
<nbd> if you find that it is the bump, please do a git bisect on the mt76 tree
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<dhewg> I may try an evening, by now it's in business use
<dhewg> I didn't get further than this http://sprunge.us/yaDR3S which gets that http://sprunge.us/YBStJ2
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<xback> o/
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<mrkiko> rmilecki: ping
<rmilecki> mrkiko: pong
<mrkiko> rmilecki: I am going to try to hackup up a tg789vac I guess, not sure about hw revision yet. The bootloader doesn't allow for interruption at all as far as I can tell. But I have access to flash with a SPI programmer. Is there any way to run u-boot on that?
<mrkiko> rmilecki: when I say "on that" I mean - on a target like that
<rmilecki> mrkiko: that is bcm63xx which i don't really have any experience with
<rmilecki> mrkiko: Broadcom has bcmbca "family" which covers BCM4908 and bcm63xx
<rmilecki> mrkiko: so I think my U-Boot repository may work for you
<rmilecki> mrkiko: but I can't provide any real further help for this device, sorry
<mrkiko> rmilecki: no problem - I hope with flash access I have at least some chances of trying things out
<rmilecki> mrkiko: what bootloader does it come with? cfe/
<mrkiko> rmilecki: I can't really tell right now - I'll receive the device within some days with a flash programmer connected
<rmilecki> mrkiko: ping me and paste boot log for me please :)
<mrkiko> rmilecki: looking at the bootlogs on the wiki I am under the impression it has multiple bootloaders, one of them to be an u-boot
<rmilecki> mrkiko: this repo I made for bcm4908 but it actually contains bcmbca code, so it should cover bcm63xx too: https://git.openwrt.org/?p=project/bcm63xx/u-boot.git;a=shortlog;h=refs/heads/generic
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<KGB-1> https://tests.reproducible-builds.org/openwrt/openwrt_omap.html has been updated. (11.1% images and 100.0% packages reproducible in our current test framework.)
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<karlp> stintel: when you say you use the sysupgrade image for the olinuxino-a64, what image do you mean exactrly? there's no sysupgrade image made for that board? and no factory image either?
<karlp> there's sdcard iamges, but you can't use those for sysupgrade?
<mrkiko> rmilecki: bcm63168 = BCM6318 family?
<rmilecki> mrkiko: i'm not sure about bcm6318
<rmilecki> bcm63158 is there and I think bcm63168 may be similar to bcm63158
<rmilecki> mrkiko: oh, we have some BCM63168 devices already: ls -l target/linux/bcm63xx/dts/*63168*
<stintel> karlp: I use the sdcard image for sysupgrade
<stintel> "it works"
<karlp> I... never would have even _tried_ doing that...
<mrkiko> rmilecki: that's good to know. That said, seeing some question u-bot asks in the ocnfig, I'm scared :D
<stintel> karlp: funny thing is the sdcard image works for factory and sysupgrade, on sdcard or eMMC :P
<stintel> so it should probably be renamed to combined-combined :D
<karlp> well "factory" to me implies "using whatever was on the hardware when it shipped" whcih is pretty openeded on some of these boards.
<mrkiko> karlp: if you can switch over to a more efficient format, for sure it 's a great thing
<karlp> I know I cna _install_ the sdcard img to emmc or sdcard, you just get the plain sd card layout, but I had zero idea that sysupgrade could use the sdcard img files _as is_
<mrkiko> rmilecki: will in the end I need to generate a RAM image and chainload via a different bootloader, or can you boot directly from u-boot itself?
<rmilecki> mrkiko: no idea about bcm63xx devices
<rmilecki> mrkiko: BCM4908 has full U-Boot which are 3 stages
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<rmilecki> U-Boot SPL, U-Boot TPL, U-Boot
<mrkiko> rmilecki: ok, thanks
<tmn505> karlp: well, the "secret sauce" is always in /lib/upgrade/platform.sh, so checking that should give a hint
<karlp> yes.... open source....
<karlp> that' sequence of sysupgrade the shell script, creating archivesand using archives and passing through ubus and a stage2 is..... yes. open source, obviously I just git gud......
<tmn505> I pointed to platform specific procedures, You shouldn't bother about everything else, unless there's very speciffic issue
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<nick[m]12> mrkiko: hey, you mentioned me. could you again say why? sry, I am currently ill and just laying around in my bed and try to get healthy again
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<mrkiko> nick[m]12: no problem ... sorry for disturbing - and it was nothing bad. Just was trying to understand how you extracted the information about where to extract MAC addresses in the dsa conversion of the gl-ap1300
<nick[m]12> mrkiko: I just looked at other devices and assumed there is a correlation. that's why I asked if the mac is correct
<nick[m]12> otherwise you have to look at the art partition yourself
<mrkiko> nick[m]12: thanks; yeah, as I said - it is for sake of learning
<nick[m]12> mrkiko: your welcome. :)
<mrkiko> nick[m]12: get healty soon!!
<nick[m]12> thanks!
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<nick[m]12> hauke: If you need any help doing the 23.xx release, just tell me. I am looking forward to a new stable. :) E.g. I can write an announcement text or whatever, or fill the release goal page...
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<Slimey> Kernel uptime is 3218 day(s), 21 hour(s), 54 minute(s), 4 second(s)
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<Slimey> bye bye Nexus 5548UP
<stintel> RIP
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<Slimey> too bad cant turn these into standalone, Nexus 2248TP-E-1GE
<Slimey> cisco Nexus5548 Chassis ("O2 32X10GE/Modular Universal Platform Supervisor")
<Slimey> maybe well play with it heh
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<dwfreed> stintel: are there any packages for the m300 that might be useful but you didn't make the target depend on them?
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* Habbie has acquired two 19 inch firewall appliances
<Habbie> one of them has a compact flash slot
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<Mangix> karlp: no idea
<Mangix> All I know is it doesn't work on Ubuntu 18.04. Easiest solution is to use g++-8
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<Tapper> jow ping
<Tapper> Just flashed latest master. Luci will not load just says. Loading view…
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<Tapper> This is in firefox crome and edge.
<Tapper> all on windows 11
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<hell__> Znevna: out of curiosity, why do you say it's a waste of time?
<Znevna> what's the end goal there?
<hell__> good question
<Znevna> so it's a waste of time.
<hell__> probably the same reason there's people compiling everything with -O3
<Znevna> not related in any way
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<hell__> hm, thought that hwnat was meant to reduce load on the CPU; if the CPU is a bottleneck, then hwnat should speed things up (if it works)
<Znevna> did you find any issues with the hardware offload in OpenWrt ?
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<hell__> no
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<hell__> then again, asked out of curiosity to hopefully learn something new
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<stintel> dwfreed: dunno. maybe worth knowing that what's in DEFAULT_PACKAGES is not a dependency
<stintel> so you can very easily build an image for a target without any of the packages listed in DEFAULT_PACKAGES
<stintel> Habbie: any other specs besides 19" and CF slot? :P
<Habbie> juniper netscreen 25 and ssg 140
<Habbie> iirc, xscale and enough RAM, haven't dug further
<Habbie> haven't even plugged them in yet
<stintel> looks like old stuff, the netscreen is only fast ethernet, the ssg seems to have 2 gigE
<stintel> not finding a whole lot of info
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<Habbie> no, indeed
<Habbie> that's one thing i will remedy
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<KGB-1> https://tests.reproducible-builds.org/openwrt/openwrt_bcm47xx.html has been updated. (100.0% images and 99.5% packages reproducible in our current test framework.)
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