Small ticket item for DragonFly BSD
Adam W. Dace
colonelforbin74 at gmail.com
Thu Jul 9 07:38:47 PDT 2015
Any idea if this commit is included in DragonFly 4.2.1?
I'm currently running DragonFly 4.0.6 and am doing my best to avoid
recompiling the OS to get fixes.
One of the nodes I'm running only has SATA storage, it'd take hours
I wouldn't mind doing yet-one-more reinstall to have IPv6 working, though.
On Thu, Jul 9, 2015 at 8:45 AM Gennady Proskurin <gprspb at mail.ru> wrote:
> I also had this issue with IPv6, but it had been fixed a time ago.
> After this commit, I have working IPv6 in vultr.
> commit 79ac2c7248e6e19f0829b42e5e5b31d9cf61d53b
> Author: Nuno Antunes <nuno.antunes at gmail.com>
> Date: Sun Apr 12 09:47:56 2015 +0100
> virtio: Bring in SVN r251769 from FreeBSD.
> * Fixes the following occasional log message when booting:
> "vtnet0: error setting host MAC filter table"
> * Original FreeBSD commit message below.
> QEMU 1.4 made the descriptor requirement stricter - the size of buffer
> descriptor must exactly match the number of MAC addresses provided.
> Reported-by: nans_nans1 at yahoo.de
> Fix-pointed-out-by: Brian Venteicher <bryanv at daemoninthecloset.org>
> On Tue, Jun 30, 2015 at 12:28:30PM +0000, Adam W. Dace wrote:
> > I'm not much in the way of an OS-based C coder,
> > but it sure would be nice if eventually DragonFly gets the latest VirtIO
> > drivers from FreeBSD.
> > I'm happily running a couple of instances of DragonFly with a cloud-based
> > provider known as Vultr. One thing I can't easily do is run IPv6. From
> > what I can tell it's because the VirtIO driver won't accept router
> > advertisements. FreeBSD 10, however, will.
> > Anyways, if someone takes this on and wants a place to test their code,
> > me know. Virtual servers are really cheap these days. :)
> > Regards,
> > Adam
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