- Fix up the ipfw man page change from my previous DPD commit (pointed out by brueffer@) - Add first pass attempt at detailed logging to dummynet based on a patch I use in house at work. Needs more polishing, but should be functional as is (haven't really tested this version of the patch at all yet).
the softc is reset a few times during probing. Print 'changing to modem mode' messages if booting verbose to show the reason for the time delay. Note: Some devices (Huawei for one) take 20 seconds to appear on the USB bus).
MFC after: 3 weeks
Some time ago I got some reports MPSAFE TTY broke telnetd(8). Even though it turned out to be a different problem within the TTY code, I spotted a small issue with telnetd(8). Instead of allocating PTY's using openpty(3) or posix_openpt(2), it used its own PTY allocation routine. This means that telnetd(8) still uses /dev/ptyXX-style devices. I've also increased the size of line. Even though 16 should be enough, we already use 13 bytes ("/dev/pts/999", including '\0'). 32 bytes gives us a little more freedom. Also enable -DSTREAMSPTY. Otherwise telnetd(8) strips the PTY's pathname to the latest slash instead of just removing "/dev/" (e.g. /dev/pts/0 -> 0, instead of pts/0). Reviewed by: rink
up space. If the buffer cache fills up then the disk systems can grind to a halt. Better tuning can be figured out later. Tested by: Tim, others and work Reviewed by: Kostik Belousov PR: 128832
Submitted by: LSI MFC after: 3 days
…s fixes the nfsd problems that some people have with the new code. Add support for the vfs.nfsrv.nfs_privport sysctl which denies access unless the client is using a port number less than 1024. Not really sure if this is particularly useful since it doesn't add any real security.
…se and fix the problems a few people have noticed with the new code. People who want to continue testing the new code or who need RPCSEC_GSS support should use the new option NFS_NEWRPC to select it.
Approved by: dds (mentor)
can be controlled by ifconfig(8). Note, VLAN hardware tagging controls still lacks required handler but it requires more driver cleanups so I didn't touch that part. PR: kern/128766
was installed from a DVD so apparently it works... :-) Enable building DVDs for sparc64.
queue length variables as well, avoiding storing the limit in a larger type than the length. Submitted by: sson Sponsored by: Apple Inc. MFC after: 1 week
- Fix to ioctl path in which the length could be 0 which means no data in/out from LSI. - Fix to ioctl path in which the data in the sense data space of the ioctl packet is a really a pointer to some location in user-space. From LSI re-worked a bit by me. - Add HW support for next gen cards from LSI. Thanks to LSI for their support! Submitted by: jhb, LSI MFC after: 3 days
8 space indent, parts used 4 space indent, and other parts used a weird mixture (8 spaces for first indent, 4 spaces for the rest).
introduced checks for #ifdef INET. MFC after: 54 days
checks for #ifdef INET. MFC after: 54 days
checks for #ifdef INET. Submitted by: kmacy (r184876, I splitted lines) MFC after: 54 days
allows us to probe the brightness and volume control buttons on PPC Apple laptops, though there is not yet a driver to do anything useful with them.
-Improvement: panic() on INVARIANTS kernels if memory allocation fails for a tagblock in sctp_add_vtag_to_timewait(). -Bugfix: Protect code in sctp_is_in_timewait() by SCTP_INP_INFO_WLOCK/SCTP_INP_INFO_WUNLOCK. -Cleanup: Get rid of unused variable now in sctp_init_asoc(). -Bugfix: Reuse the correct vtag in sctp_add_vtag_to_timewait(). -Cleanup: Get rid of unused constant SCTP_TIME_WAIT_SHORT in sctp_constants.h. -Improvement: Use all hash buckets of the vtag hash table. -Cleanup: Get rid of then unused constant SCTP_STACK_VTAG_HASH_SIZE_A. -Bugfix: Handle SHUTDOWN;SACK packet correctly. -Bugfix: Last TSN in a gap ack block was not being "ack'd" in the internal scoreboard. Obtained from: (with help from Michael Tuexen)
The same (vendor, product) tuple is used for aue(4) adapters, but I am not sure if the quirk is correct. I'm using the USB device 'release' info to skip aue(4) detection right now, but if there's a better way to differentiate between USB-LAN and USB Bluetooth we should update the quirk. Reviewed by: imp, rink MFC after: 2 weeks