If dlopen() is called for the dso that has been already loaded as a dependency, then the dso never has its DAG initialized. Empty DAG makes ref_dag() call in dlopen() a nop, and the dso refcount is off by one. Initialize the DAG on the first dlopen() call, using a boolean flag to prevent double initialization. MFC r214776: Fix style. MFC r214777: Change init_dag() to not increment DAG refcount. Unconditionally call both init_dag() and ref_dag() in dlopen() for the case when the object was already loaded.
This seems more useful and will likely be in the next POSIX standard. Also document more precisely in the man page what set -u does (note that $@, $* and $! are the only special parameters that can ever be unset, all the others are always set, although they may be empty).
- Move Sun Fire V240 to the list of known working machines. - For the parallel stable/7 and stable/8 branches mention both releases that first supported a particular sparc64 machine and update the sparc64 hardware list regarding machines that will be supported beginning with 7.4-RELEASE.
Bugfix merge from OpenSolaris: OpenSolaris onnv-revision: 10209:91f47f0e7728 6830541 zfs_get_data_trips on a verify 6696242 multiple zfs_fillpage() zfs: accessing past end of object panics 6785914 zfs fails to drop dn_struct_rwlock in recovery code path Approved by: delphij (mentor) Obtained from: OpenSolaris (Bug ID 6830541, 6696242, 6785914)
Make table-based HPET identification more clever. Before creating fake device, make sure we have no real HPET device entry with same ID. As side effect, it potentially allows several HPETs to be attached. Use first of them for timecounting, rest (if ever present) could later be used as event sources.
Add tpm(4) driver for Trusted Platform Module. You may want to look at http://bsssd.sourceforge.net/ . Submitted by: Hans-Joerg Hoexer <Hans-Joerg_Hoexer@genua.de> MFC 211204 Fix copyright information. MFC 211270 Cosmetic change for splitting bus frontend file and core file. MFC 211271 Hook tpm.4 manual to hook. MFC 212861 Add support 'device tpm' for amd64. Add tpm(4)'s default setting to /boot/defaults/loader.conf. Add 'device tpm' to NOTES for amd64 and i386. Reviewed by: takawata Discussed with: takawata Approved by: imp (mentor)
Introduce the x86 subtree for code shared between amd64, i386 and pc98. Differently from the HEAD version, the headers are not moved around, in order to avoid breaking the KPI but it can be eventually done once the core mechanism of r214629 is MFCed. MFCing this patch does allow for simpler MFCs handling on i386/amd64 specific code. Sponsored by: Sandvine Incorporated
…99858-199859,201348,205578,208327,208336,210871,214628: Sync bsd-family-tree with head.
Don't bother to enable ASPM L1 to save more power. Even though I am not able to trigger the issue with sample boards, some users seems to suffer from freeze/lockup when system is booted without UTP cable plugged in. I'm not sure whether this is BIOS issue or controller bug. This change fixes AR8132 lockup issue seen on EEE PC. Reported by: kmoore Tested by: kmoore
Add initial BCM5718 family support. The BCM5718 family includes the dual port BCM5717 and BCM5718 devices which are intended for mainstream workstation and entry-level server designs and represents the twelfth generation of NetXtreme Ethernet controllers. This family is the successor to the BCM5714/BCM5715 family and supports IPv4/IPv6 checksum offloading, TSO, VLAN hardware tagging, jumbo frames, MSI/MSIX, IOV, RSS and TSS. This change set supports all hardware features except IOV and RSS/TSS. Unlike its predecessors, only extended RX buffer descriptors can be posted to the jumbo producer ring. Single RX buffer descriptors for jumbo frame are not supported. RSS requires a more substantial set of changes and will apply to a larger set of NetXtreme devices so RSS/TSS multi-queue support will be implemented in a future releases. Special thanks to Broadcom who kindly sent a sample board to me and to davidch who gave provided the initial support code. Submitted by: davidch (initial version) HW donated by: Broadcom