cvs commit: src/sys/netinet sctp.h sctp_asconf.c sctp_asconf.h
sctp_bsd_addr.c sctp_constants.h sctp_indata.c sctp_input.c
sctp_os_bsd.h sctp_output.c sctp_pcb.c sctp_pcb.h sctp_peeloff.c
sctp_sysctl.c sctp_sysctl.h sctp_timer.c sctp_uio.h ...
rrs at cisco.com
Fri Jun 15 02:32:09 UTC 2007
Kris Kennaway wrote:
> On Thu, Jun 14, 2007 at 10:25:15PM -0400, Randall Stewart wrote:
>>Kris Kennaway wrote:
>>>On Thu, Jun 14, 2007 at 10:59:04PM +0000, Randall Stewart wrote:
>>>>rrs 2007-06-14 22:59:04 UTC
>>>>FreeBSD src repository
>>>> sys/netinet sctp.h sctp_asconf.c sctp_asconf.h
>>>> sctp_bsd_addr.c sctp_constants.h
>>>> sctp_indata.c sctp_input.c
>>>> sctp_lock_bsd.h sctp_os_bsd.h
>>>> sctp_output.c sctp_pcb.c sctp_pcb.h
>>>> sctp_peeloff.c sctp_sysctl.c
>>>> sctp_sysctl.h sctp_timer.c sctp_uio.h
>>>> sctp_usrreq.c sctputil.c sctputil.h
>>>> sys/netinet6 sctp6_usrreq.c
>>>> sys/conf options
>>>>- Fix so ifn's are properly deleted when the ref count goes to 0.
>>>>- Fix so VRF's will clean themselves up when no references are around.
>>>>- Allow sctp_ifa to be passed into inpcb_bind, addr_mgmt_ep_sa to bypass
>>>> normal validation checks.
>>>>- turn auto-asconf off for subset bound sockets
>>>>- Moves all logging to use KTR. This gets rid of most
>>>> of the logging #ifdef's with a few exceptions reducing
>>>> the number of config options for SCTP.
>>>| +#ifndef SCTP_SUBSYS_KTR
>>>| +#define SCTP_SUBSYS_KTR KTR_GEN
>>>Brief silence after previous disapproval doesn't equal approval ;-)
>>>What was wrong with the method I suggested, namely using KTR_SUBSYS if
>>>a SCTP_TRACE option is included in the kernel? That is the intended
>>>way that events local to a particular subsystem should be handled.
>>I asked if KTR_GEN was ok.. I can use KTR_SUBSYS.. sure.. but that
>>means I can't really run witness on my machine as I test.. since
>>witness is the only one that uses KTR_SUBSYS.. No one else uses
>>KTR_GEN.. why is it a problem using one.
> WITNESS does not use itq:
> #if 0
> #define KTR_WITNESS KTR_SUBSYS
> #define KTR_WITNESS 0
> KTR_WITNESS is used for debugging of the WITNESS code itself (probably
> no-one has needed to use it for many years). It is a completely
> orthogonal purpose to yours, so they can co-exist happily.
> KTR_GEN is for "general events". SCTP is not a general event, it's
> localized events belonging to a particular subsystem.
>>So whats wrong with using a unused one?
> If you look at the history there was a big effort to reclaim these
> fields. Because space is at such a premium here there needs to be a
> strong reason for using up a spare field. SCTP does not strike me as
> such a reason, particularly since the alternative seems quite
Ok.. whatever you say.. I can change it very easily ;-)
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