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David Pacheco

  • Email: dap@joyent.com
  • Registered on: 2010-12-17
  • Last connection: 2019-02-13

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2019-02-13

05:56 PM illumos gate Bug #7780: mdb could extract NT_PRPSINFO information from core files
It was suggested I be a bit more specific. Here's what I'd suggest:... David Pacheco

2018-03-03

01:38 AM illumos gate Bug #9225 (New): svcprop(1) could better explain behavior on services
svcprop(1) says:... David Pacheco
01:14 AM illumos gate Bug #9224 (New): svcprop(1) refers to directly-attached properties without explaining them
The svcprop(1) manual page refers several times to "directly-attached" properties:... David Pacheco

2017-07-07

05:10 PM illumos gate Bug #8470 (New): connect(3socket) should document timeout values
connect(3socket) documents that it can time out:... David Pacheco

2017-01-18

02:00 AM illumos gate Bug #7780 (Closed): mdb could extract NT_PRPSINFO information from core files
There's a bunch of useful information in the NT_PRPSINFO ELF note that we include in core files. This includes the u... David Pacheco

2016-09-27

03:56 PM illumos gate Bug #6255: incorrect matching of subnets by zfs sharenfs property
Sorry for the confusion, and thanks for the tip. The @ syntax appears to be working for me. If it's helpful, I can ... David Pacheco

2016-08-11

12:14 AM illumos gate Bug #7292 (New): smf log message could be clearer when stop method exits with processes running
Here's the manifest for a simple service:... David Pacheco

2016-05-27

10:06 PM illumos gate Feature #7007 (New): document TCP parameters
There are several basic TCP parameters that the system supports that are not documented. The one I ran across is TCP... David Pacheco

2016-04-24

10:04 PM illumos gate Bug #6255: incorrect matching of subnets by zfs sharenfs property
I'm not sure if these are related, but I seem to be running into a similar problem. I had previously been running pl... David Pacheco

2016-02-12

11:09 PM illumos gate Bug #6651 (New): mdb could support printing open file information
Similar to #6650: you can use "!" to shell out to pfiles(1) to print open files in a target process or core file, but... David Pacheco

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