Yes, this needs to be fixed. I have an open bug about this with respect to
making the f/w a loadable module as well. I'll probably split it into several
pieces so that each f/w update is smaller. I could probably make it binary and
compress is (each f/w module is an array of 16 bit shorts), but that has it's
You should note, btw, that my link isn't all *that* faster than yours (I have
Sorry about the large enchilada.
On Mon, 24 Apr 2000, Julian Elischer wrote:
> My cvsup appeared to be frozen, so I stopped it and looked..
> src/sys/dev/isp/asm_pci.c,v is 13MB long!
> it was just taking a long time..
> this seems a little excessive.
> anyone got any ideas. (13MB on a 40Kbit link is a long time)
> to make matters worse cvsup appears to be redownloading some very large
> percentage of this file whenerver there is a change to it.
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