menyy at mellanox.com
Tue May 13 07:42:03 UTC 2014
Yes, it is still recommended to do a buildworld for userland tools, adding 'WITH_OFED=1' to /etc/make.conf.
Another way to go to install ibutils for instance:
cd /usr/src/contrib/ofed && make includes
cd /usr/src/contrib/ofed /usr.lib && make depend all install
cd /usr/src/contrib/ofed /usr.bin && make depend all install
From: Jason Bacon [mailto:jwbacon at tds.net]
Sent: Wednesday, May 07, 2014 7:21 PM
To: Oded Shanoon; freebsd-infiniband at freebsd.org<mailto:freebsd-infiniband at freebsd.org>
Subject: Re: Kernel module?
For userland tools, is it still recommended to do a buildworld, or is a more targeted approach possible?
E.g., I'm thinking it might suffice to set WITH_OFED='yes' in src.conf and just rebuild select tools/libs. There appear to be things outside contrib/ofed and sys/modules that need to be rebuilt, but I wouldn't want to try and determine what they are on my own.
On 05/06/14 23:39, Oded Shanoon wrote:
> We (Mellanox) already did that in FreeBSD-10.0.
> You can go to sys/modules and compile + kldload the following modules (in that specific order): mlx4, ibcore, mlx4ib, ipoib.
> We are planning on refining it and break ib_core into smaller modules (ib_sa, ib_mad...) on our next commit.
> Oded Shanoon
> OFED-FreeBSD Team Leader
> Mellanox Technologies, Raanana
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> Subject: Kernel module?
> Does anyone know if are any plans for converting the IB stack to a loadable kernel module? At present, freebsd-update will remove IB support if it updates the kernel, making it necessary to do another buildkernel following the updates.
> Certain other updates might necessitate a buildworld as well, which would also be nice to eliminate.
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