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wireguard: bump to 0.0.20190227
* wg-quick: freebsd: allow loopback to work FreeBSD adds a route for point-to-point destination addresses. We don't really want to specify any destination address, but unfortunately we have to. Before we tried to cheat by giving our own address as the destination, but this had the unfortunate effect of preventing loopback from working on our local ip address. We work around this with yet another kludge: we set the destination address to 127.0.0.1. Since 127.0.0.1 is already assigned to an interface, this has the same effect of not specifying a destination address, and therefore we accomplish the intended behavior. Note that the bad behavior is still present in Darwin, where such workaround does not exist. * tools: remove unused check phony declaration * highlighter: when subtracting char, cast to unsigned * chacha20: name enums * tools: fight compiler slightly harder * tools: c_acc doesn't need to be initialized * queueing: more reasonable allocator function convention Usual nits. * systemd: wg-quick should depend on nss-lookup.target Since wg-quick(8) calls wg(8) which does hostname lookups, we should probably only run this after we're allowed to look up hostnames. * compat: backport ALIGN_DOWN * noise: whiten the nanoseconds portion of the timestamp This mitigates unrelated sidechannel attacks that think they can turn WireGuard into a useful time oracle. * hashtables: decouple hashtable allocations from the main device allocation The hashtable allocations are quite large, and cause the device allocation in the net framework to stall sometimes while it tries to find a contiguous region that can fit the device struct. To fix the allocation stalls, decouple the hashtable allocations from the device allocation and allocate the hashtables with kvmalloc's implicit __GFP_NORETRY so that the allocations fall back to vmalloc with little resistance. * chacha20poly1305: permit unaligned strides on certain platforms The map allocations required to fix this are mostly slower than unaligned paths. * noise: store clamped key instead of raw key This causes `wg show` to now show the right thing. Useful for doing comparisons. * compat: ipv6_stub is sometimes null On ancient kernels, ipv6_stub is sometimes null in cases where IPv6 has been disabled with a command line flag or other failures. * Makefile: don't duplicate code in install and modules-install * Makefile: make the depmod path configurable * queueing: net-next has changed signature of skb_probe_transport_header A 5.1 change. This could change again, but for now it allows us to keep this snapshot aligned with our upstream submissions. * netlink: don't remove allowed ips for new peers * peer: only synchronize_rcu_bh and traverse trie once when removing all peers * allowedips: maintain per-peer list of allowedips This is a rather big and important change that makes it much much faster to do operations involving thousands of peers. Batch peer/allowedip addition and clearing is several orders of magnitude faster now. Signed-off-by: Jason A. Donenfeld <Jason@zx2c4.com>
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