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Change summaries: 286702 by dim: In ipfw2, avoid left-shifting negative integers, which is undefined. While here, make some other arguments to htonl(3) unsigned too. MFC after: 3 days 286701 by ian: If a specific timecounter has been chosen via sysctl, and a new timecounter with higher quality registers (presumably in a module that has just been loaded), do not undo the user's choice by switching to the new timecounter. Document that behavior, and also the fact that there is no way to unregister a timecounter (and thus no way to unload a module containing one). 286700 by hiren: Make LAG LACP fast timeout tunable through IOCTL. Differential Revision: D3300 Submitted by: LN Sundararajan <lakshmi.n at msystechnologies> Reviewed by: wblock, smh, gnn, hiren, rpokala at panasas MFC after: 2 weeks Sponsored by: Panasas 286699 by dim: In gcc's libcpp, stop using the INTTYPE_MAXIMUM() macro, which relies on undefined behavior. The code used this macro to avoid problems on some broken systems which define SSIZE_MAX incorrectly, but this is not needed on FreeBSD, obviously. MFC after: 3 days 286698 by oshogbo: When the wait*(2) syscalls wait for any process (P_ALL), they should ignore processes created with the pdfork(2) syscall. PR: 201054 Approved by: pjd (mentor) Discussed with: emaste, rwatson 286696 by ian: Remove all dregs of the old PPS driver from this code, in preparation for redoing it as a separate driver. Now that each hardware timer is handled by a separate instance of the timer driver, it no longer makes sense to bundle the pps driver with the regular timecounter code. (When all 8 timers were handled by one driver there was no choice about this.) Split the hardware register definitions out to their own file, so that the new pps driver (coming in a separate commit later) can share them. With the PPS driver gone, the question of which hardware timer to use for what purpose becomes much easier (some instances can't do the PPS capture). Now we can just hardcore timer2 for eventtimer and timer3 for timecounter. This also now only instantiates devices for the 2 hardware timers actually used to implement eventtimer and timecounter. This is required so that other drivers can come along and attach to other hardware timers to provide other functionality. (In addition to PPS, this hardware can also do PWM stuff, general pulse width and frequency measurements, etc. Maybe some day we'll have drivers for those things.) 286695 by imp: Fix the fixing of the build I broke. rescue/rescue has the right target, but rescue doesn't. Pointy hat: imp@ 286693 by ian: Remove a bogus printf that whines every time loading a driver module triggers a fresh round of probing. 286692 by ian: Add a MODULE_VERSION(), because other things MODULE_DEPEND() on this. 286691 by delphij: Fix build. _______________________________________________ email@example.com mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-current To unsubscribe, send any mail to "freebsd-current-unsubscr...@freebsd.org"