Submitted by: email@example.com
Submitted by: <firstname.lastname@example.org>
when the command and the first argument of the command-line-arguments don't match. According to include/sys/user.h, PS_INMEM is obsoleted in favour of P_INMEM, not the other way around.
where required. Submitted by: <email@example.com>
on the announcement of top 3.8b1 on -stable and -current as version B. This is considered the final version and submitted to mentor (bde@) for commit approval.
-stable and -current as version A: http://www.mavetju.org/mail/view_thread.php?list=freebsd-current&id=2819930&thread=yes
static so it could be used by fifofs (actually portalfs), it is now static. Submitted by: kensmith
…rganize log message in a way a bit more common for disk devices. Also it will allow mmcsd driver to use MMC/SD specific commands when needed.
controllers and it seems to work just fine with at least an add-on SAS3080X. While at it, remove the commented out ncr(4) as it doesn't even use bus_dma(9), which isn't worth fixing though as sym(4) already supports a superset of the controllers driven by ncr(4).
In particular following functions KPI results modified: - bufobj_invalbuf() - bufsync() and BO_SYNC() "virtual method" of the buffer objects set. Main consumers of bufobj functions are affected by this change too and, in particular, functions which changed their KPI are: - vinvalbuf() - g_vfs_close() Due to the KPI breakage, __FreeBSD_version will be bumped in a later commit. As a side note, please consider just temporary the 'curthread' argument passing to VOP_SYNC() (in bufsync()) as it will be axed out ASAP Reviewed by: kib Tested by: Giovanni Trematerra <giovanni dot trematerra at gmail dot com>
designed drivers would never hit, but was exposed in diving into another problem... When expanding the devclass array, free the old memory after updating the pointer to the new memory. For the following single race case, this helps: allocate new memory copy to new memory free old memory <interrupt> read pointer to freed memory update pointer to new memory Now we do allocate new memory copy to new memory update pointer to new memory free old memory Which closes this problem, but doesn't even begin to address the multicpu races, which all should be covered by Giant at the moment, but likely aren't completely. Note: reviewers were ok with this fix, but suggested the use case wasn't one we wanted to encourage. Reviewed by: jhb, scottl.
32-bit words, not 32-byte words. MFC after: 3 days
Submitted by: Andrew Thompson
from working. From p4 filelog of the upstream file in p4 //depot/projects/mips2-jnpr/src/libexec/rtld-elf/mips/reloc.c ... #6 change 140737 edit on 2008/04/27 by gonzo@gonzo_jeeves (text+ko) o Looks like handler for R_MIPS_REL32 brought by CS 137942 is broken for tradmips. Code from NetBSD's libexec/ld.elf_so/arch/mips/mips_reloc.c works just fine. ... #3 change 137942 edit on 2008/03/17 by rrs@rrs-mips2-jnpr (text+ko) Any relocation symbol lookup if its 0. It looks like this is the way the compiler indicates you need to look in another shared library. When we hit these as we relocate a object we will do the symbol lookups and setup the relocation table with the right value. Submitted by: rrs@, gonzo@
dlsym with RTLD_NEXT/RTLD_SELF handles. Allow symbols from ld-elf.so to be located this way too. Based on report and original patch from sobomax@.
…odule. Increase heuristic used to find them by one.
This was located in the ubsa driver, but should be moved into a separate driver: - 3G modems provide multiple serial ports to allow AT commands while the PPP connection is up. - 3G modems do not provide baud rate or other serial port settings. - Huawei cards need specific initialisation. - ubsa is for Belkin adapters, an Linuxy choice for another device like 3G. Speeds achieved here with a weak signal at best is ~40kb/s (UMTS). No spooky STALLED messages as well. Next: Move over all entries for Sierra and Novatel cards once I have found testers, and implemented serial port enumeration for Sierra (or rather have Andrea Guzzo do it). They list all endpoints in 1 iface instead of 4 ifaces. Submitted by: firstname.lastname@example.org MFC after: 3 weeks
…divrem to avoid being picked up by the DTrace fbt provider. This is called by __udivdi3() for doing 64bit division on a 32bit arch and may be called from within the dtrace context causing a double fault.
Remove the files for the HCI interfaces from the usb module.