From: Jakub Kicinski <jakub.kicin...@netronome.com>
Date: Wed, 7 Feb 2018 20:55:21 -0800
> This set corrects the way nfp deals with the NETIF_F_HW_TC flag.
> It has slipped the review that flower offload does not currently
> refuse disabling this flag when filter offload is active.
> nfp's flower offload does not actually keep track of how many filters
> for each port are offloaded. The accounting of the number of filters
> is added to the nfp core structures, and BPF moved to use these
> structures as well.
> If users are allowed to disable TC offloads while filters are active,
> not only is it incorrect behaviour, but actually the NFP will never
> be told to remove the flows, leading to use-after-free when stats
> Fourth patch makes sure we declare the max number of TSO segments.
> FW should drop longer packets cleanly (otherwise this would be a
> security problem for untrusted VFs) but dropping longer TSO frames
> is not nice and driver should prevent them from being generated.
> Last small addition populates MODULE_VERSION with kernel version.
Series applied, thanks Jakub.