I can't look at it till tomorrow.
But I've been watching.
I'd be surprised if anything broke with what I've seen.
I'll look at it then if you haven;t commited by then.
On Sat, 23 Feb 2002, John Baldwin wrote:
> On 23-Feb-02 John Baldwin wrote:
> > I'm currently testing the following patch whcih is a subset of the td_ucred
> > changes. It involves no API changes, but only contains 2 basic changes:
> > 1) We still need Giant when doing the crhold() to set td_ucred in
> > cred_update_thread(). This is an old bug that is my fault. I knew that
> > PROC_LOCK was sufficient yet which was my reason for not using td_ucred.
> > However, we could still be derferencing a stale p_ucred and doing very bad
> > things, so this needs to be fixed until p_ucred is fully protected by the
> > PROC_LOCK. This also means that td_ucred is now safe to use. As such:
> > 2) All the "easy" p->p_ucred -> td->td_ucred changes that don't involve the
> > changes to API's such as suser() and p_canfoo(). The next patch in this
> > series will most likely be the suser() API change.
> > http://www.FreeBSD.org/~jhb/patches/ucred.patch
> To apply this patch, use -p6 like so:
> cd work/my/kernel/tree/sys
> patch -p6 < path/to/patch/file/ucred.patch
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