CC'd to David. David Greenman was going to backport a fix, but I stalled him because of backwards compatbility. Since I haven't had the time to implement the "osendfile" compat syscall, I'd like to know if he'll be MFC'ing the fix or if I should do it?
-Alfred * The Hermit Hacker <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> [020521 09:18] wrote: > > I'm looking at getting a threaded Apache working under FreeBSD-STABLE (as > of this past weekend) ... if I start up the server and connect with a > browser, it doesn't send anything back, *except* if I kill the apache > server right after the connection ... > > I've checked with the Apache folk, and someone pointed me to the STATUS > file, where I found: > > ============ > * Generate a good bug report to send to the FreeBSD hackers that details > the problems we have seen with threads and system calls (specifically > sendfile data is corrupted). From our analysis so far, we don't think > that this is an APR issue, but rather a FreeBSD kernel issue. Our > current solution is to just disable threads across the board on > FreeBSD. > > MsgID: <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> > Status: Fixed in -CURRENT. MFC in about a week. Continuing > testing with threads on FreeBSD. > > FreeBSD PR kern/32684: > http://www.freebsd.org/cgi/query-pr.cgi?pr=kern/32684 > ============== > > Reading the PR, alfred put a fix in place shortly after (~mid December of > 2001), but I'm wondering if anyone knows whether this was migrated back > down to -STABLE, and, if not, what would be involved to have that done? > Is it a fix that *can* be MFCd? To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with "unsubscribe freebsd-current" in the body of the message