* Martin Pieuchot <m...@openbsd.org> [2018-02-21 09:37]:
> On 21/02/18(Wed) 02:37, Henning Brauer wrote:
> I'd suggest moving the pool allocation and the function in net/pf*.c
> and only have a function call under #if NPF > 0.
worth discussing, but imo that part doesn't really have all that much
to do with pf.
> I'd suggest defining your own structure containing a timeout and a mbuf
> pointer instead of abusing ph_cookie. Since you're already allocating
> something it doesn't matter much and you're code won't be broken by
> a future refactoring.
dlg pointed me to ph_cookie, I was about to use my own structure.
"ph_cookie is for exactly that"
> You're leaking a mbuf if the interface has been detached.
hah! true. fixed locally (the obvious: else m_freem(m);)
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