through ieee80211_suspend_all() and ieee80211_resume_all(). All the other wireless drivers are doing that particular dance. PR: kern/169084
interacts with some non-highpoint controollers. Change attach_generic to be off by default. PR: kern/168910 Submitted by: Richard Yao <firstname.lastname@example.org> Approved by: cperciva No objections by: -hackers Obtained from: Gentoo FreeBSD MFC after: 2 weeks
pointer directly in vnode_pager_setsize() by using newly introduced vm_page_is_cached() function. Reviewed by: alc MFC after: 2 weeks X-MFC: r234039,234064
layer, but it is read directly by the MI VM layer. This change introduces pmap_page_is_write_mapped() in order to completely encapsulate all direct access to PGA_WRITEABLE in the pmap layer. Aesthetics aside, I am making this change because amd64 will likely begin using an alternative method to track write mappings, and having pmap_page_is_write_mapped() in place allows me to make such a change without further modification to the MI VM layer. As an added bonus, tidy up some nearby comments concerning page flags. Reviewed by: kib MFC after: 6 weeks
before using it. Bootstrap make (as built by usr.bin/make/Makefile.dist) does not define this variable, but it needs to parse bsd.own.mk in order to build a complete make.
…f seconds. Reviewed by: glebius Approved by: ae(mentor) MFC after: 1 week
… id. This fixes multi-fib netflow v9 export. Reviewed by: glebius Approved by: kib(mentor) MFC after: 1 week
Reported by: Emil Muratov <email@example.com> Reviewed by: glebius Approved by: ae(mentor) MFC after: 1 week
string buffer for each linelist l_line into one large string. Since linelists parsed out during the previous passes store the pointers to previously allocated l_lines, the reallocation caused undefined behaviour on accessing the buffers, and quite deterministic fault on freeing them (in mountd(8) startup). This fixes reading of netgroup(5) file which contains more then one netgroup. Discussed with: ghelmer MFC after: 3 days
This shaves off 20 bytes - from 288 bytes to 268 bytes. However, it's still too big.
exciting once the initial board bring up is over.
Sponsored by: DARPA, AFRL
down and triggered an attempt to set multiple virtual ports whether you wanted them or not. MFC after: 3 days
…hich holefully recovers from the "worse than useless" state. Reported by: bde MFC after: 1 month
and not return EINVAL.
aren't very pretty yet, but this takes DELAY and cpu_reset and makes them pointers. # I worry that these are set too late in the boot, especially cpu_reset.
…nted out here. Remove it.
Create a new option for at91rm9200 support. Set this option in std.at91. Create a new option for the at91sam9 standard devices. Set this option in std.at91sam9. Retire files.at91sam9. Add options for at91sam9x25 SoC and SAM9X25EK board, but don't connect it just yet as the supporting files aren't quite ready. Note: device at91rm9200 and device at91sam9 are presently mutually exclusive.
dataset is already mounted. PR: 167905 Submitted by: Bryan Drewery <firstname.lastname@example.org> MFC after: 1 week