svn commit: r205521 - in stable/7/release/doc: en_US.ISO8859-1/errata share/sgml

Hiroki Sato hrs at
Tue Mar 23 18:36:46 UTC 2010

Author: hrs
Date: Tue Mar 23 18:36:45 2010
New Revision: 205521

  Trim old items and add an errata item for 7.3R.


Modified: stable/7/release/doc/en_US.ISO8859-1/errata/article.sgml
--- stable/7/release/doc/en_US.ISO8859-1/errata/article.sgml	Tue Mar 23 18:00:50 2010	(r205520)
+++ stable/7/release/doc/en_US.ISO8859-1/errata/article.sgml	Tue Mar 23 18:36:45 2010	(r205521)
@@ -16,7 +16,7 @@
 <!ENTITY % release PUBLIC "-//FreeBSD//ENTITIES Release Specification//EN">
-<!ENTITY release.bugfix "7.2-RELEASE">
+<!ENTITY release.bugfix "7.3-RELEASE">
@@ -40,8 +40,7 @@
-      <year>2008</year>
-      <year>2009</year>
+      <year>2010</year>
       <holder role="mailto:doc at">The &os; Documentation Project</holder>
@@ -126,7 +125,7 @@
   <sect1 id="security">
     <title>Security Advisories</title>
-    <para>No advisories.</para>
+    <para>No advisory.</para>
     <para>The following security advisories pertain to &os; &release.bugfix;.
@@ -163,50 +162,15 @@
   <sect1 id="open-issues">
     <title>Open Issues</title>
-    <para>[20090501] Some machines do not recognize the i386 disc1 as
-      bootable and fall through to booting off the next boot device.
-      All affected machines did see the other discs as bootable.  As a
-      workaround, you can boot using the bootonly or livefs CDROM and
-      then swap in disc1 once &man.sysinstall.8; starts.</para>
-    <para>[20090504] A lock handling error has been found in
-      interaction between &man.malloc.3; implementation and threading
-      library.  When a multi-threaded process calls the &man.fork.2;
-      system call in a thread and the &man.malloc.3; function in
-      another thread, it can cause a deadlock in the child process.
-      An Errata Notice to fix this problem is planned after the
-      release.</para>
-    <para>[20090505] A bug was found in the &man.bce.4; driver.  This
-      prevents it from working with the &man.lagg.4; driver in the
-      LACP (IEEE 802.3ad Link Aggregation Control Protocol) mode.  An
-      Errata Notice to fix this problem is planned after the
-      release.</para>
-    <para>[20090507] A bug was found in the &man.fxp.4; driver.  This
-      would cause poor TCP performance when TSO is enabled, and the
-      receiver has a smaller MSS than the interface MTU setting.  To
-      workaround this issue, one can disable TSO by using
-      &man.ifconfig.8; <option>-tso</option> parameter (per interface
-      basis) or setting <varname>net.inet.tcp.tso</varname> to
-      <literal>0</literal> (globally on the system).  An Errata Notice
-      to fix this problem is planned after the release.</para>
-    <para>[20090608] An issue was found in the &man.bge.4; driver that
-      it can cause a system panic upon reboot with heavy network
-      traffic.  A fix has been committed to RELENG_7 (r192127).</para>
+    <para>No issue.</para>
   <sect1 id="late-news">
     <title>Late-Breaking News and Corrections</title>
-    <para>[20090504] A patch to solve the locking issue in the
-      &man.malloc.3; implementation and threading library has been
-      committed to the <literal>RELENG_7</literal> branch for public
-      testing.</para>
-    <para>[20090507] A patch to solve the bug in the &man.fxp.4;
-      driver that caused poor TCP performance has been committed to
-      the <literal>RELENG_7</literal> branch for public
-      testing.</para>
+    <para>[20100323] The &os; 7.3-RELEASE Release Notes incorrectly
+      mentioned that the hwpmc(4) driver has been added though this
+      driver has already been added in 7.0-RELEASE.  The changes in
+      7.3-RELEASE are that pmcannotate(8) utility and support for
+      Intel Core 2 and Core i7 have been added.</para>

Modified: stable/7/release/doc/share/sgml/release.ent
--- stable/7/release/doc/share/sgml/release.ent	Tue Mar 23 18:00:50 2010	(r205520)
+++ stable/7/release/doc/share/sgml/release.ent	Tue Mar 23 18:36:45 2010	(r205521)
@@ -6,12 +6,12 @@
 <!-- Version of the OS we're describing.  This needs to be updated
      with each new release. -->
-<!ENTITY release.current "7.2-STABLE">
+<!ENTITY release.current "7.3-STABLE">
 <!-- The previous version used for comparison in the "What's New"
      section.  For -CURRENT, we might point back to the last
      branchpoint. -->
-<!ENTITY release.prev "7.2-RELEASE">
+<!ENTITY release.prev "7.3-RELEASE">
 <!-- The previous stable release, useful for pointing user's at the
      release they SHOULD be running if they don't want the bleeding
@@ -19,10 +19,10 @@
 <!ENTITY release.prev.stable "6.3-RELEASE">
 <!-- The next version to be released, usually used for snapshots. -->
 <!-- The name of this branch. -->
-<!ENTITY release.branch "7-STABLE">
+<!ENTITY release.branch "7.3-STABLE">
 <!-- The URL for obtaining this version of FreeBSD. -->
 <!ENTITY release.url "">
@@ -36,10 +36,10 @@
 <!-- The manpaths for man page references -->
 <!ENTITY "">
-<!ENTITY release.manpath.xorg          "7.3">
-<!ENTITY release.manpath.netbsd        "4.0.1">
+<!ENTITY release.manpath.xorg          "7.4">
+<!ENTITY release.manpath.netbsd        "5.0.2">
 <!ENTITY release.manpath.freebsd-ports "Ports">
-<!ENTITY release.manpath.freebsd       "7.2-stable">
+<!ENTITY release.manpath.freebsd       "7.3-stable">
 <!-- Text constants which probably don't need to be changed.-->

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