300873 by dim:
After r300770, for libc++ and libcxxrt, use -isystem instead of -I.
This should fix builds with external gcc toolchains from ports, which
also use -isystem to work around problems with gcc's --sysroot
implementation. Thanks to Bryan Drewery for this workaround.
300872 by ian:
Go back to unconditionally compiling modules/gpio now that the parts of it
dependent on FDT support are conditionally compiled only on FDT platforms.
300871 by ian:
Don't wrap the declaration of gpio_alloc_intr_resource() in #ifdef INTRNG,
wrap the implementation so that it returns an error if INTRNG support is
not available. It should be possible to write a non-INTRNG implementation
of this function some day. In the meantime, there is code that contains
calls to this function (so the decl is needed), but have runtime checks to
avoid calling it in the non-INTRNG case.
300870 by ngie:
Unbreak the zfs(4) build
vm/vm_pageout.h grew a dependency on the bool typedef in r300865
arc.c didn't include sys/types.h, which included the definition for the typedef
Other items (ofed, drm2) might need to be chased for this commit.
300866 by ambrisko:
If the I/O offset and length is multiple of the media size then
directly pass the request otherwise use a buffer that is a
multiple of the media size. This speeds up I/O quite a bit
when using large transfer sizes on 4Kn disks etc.
MFC after: 1 week
300865 by alc:
The flag "vm_pages_needed" has long served two distinct purposes: (1) to
indicate that threads are waiting for free pages to become available and
(2) to indicate whether a wakeup call has been sent to the page daemon.
The trouble is that a single flag cannot really serve both purposes, because
we have two distinct targets for when to wakeup threads waiting for free
pages versus when the page daemon has completed its work. In particular,
the flag will be cleared by vm_page_free() before the page daemon has met
its target, and this can lead to the OOM killer being invoked prematurely.
To address this problem, a new flag "vm_pageout_wanted" is introduced.
300895 by np:
cxgbe/t4_tom: Exempt RDMA connections from a TCP sanity test for now, to
avoid panicking debug kernels.
t4_tom does not keep track of a connection once it switches to ULP mode
iWARP. If the connection falls out of ULP mode the driver/hardware seq#
etc. are out of sync. A better fix would be to figure out what the
current seq# are, update the driver's state, and perform all sanity
checks as usual.
300894 by gonzo:
Add gpiokeys to the list of GPIO modules built only if FDT is enabled
300893 by bdrewery:
Don't truncate existing error when writing the log.
300890 by bdrewery:
exec: Cease tracing if credentials will change with the new image.
This also prevents tracing to a P_INEXEC process since it could race
with other processes attaching to it in filemon_event_process_exec() due
to the filemon_get_proc() race of incrementing ref and then locking the
filemon. With the no-P_INEXEC invariant in place the p_filemon may only
be the same or NULL when trying to drop it in
300886 by bdrewery:
Move external GCC compiler hacks to bsd.sys.mk.
This allows respecting -nostdinc, -nostdinc++ and -nostdlib before
making the decision to add in -isystem, etc. The -isystem flags
are problematic for building lib/libc++ and lib/libcxxrt which wants
to only use its own headers.
300882 by asomers:
Always create loopback routes on every fib
Always create loopback routes on every fib, for both IPv4 and IPv6
Create loopback IPv4 and IPv6 routes on every fib at boot. Revert
278302; now that all FIBs have IPv6 loopback routes, the
"route add -reject" commands won't fail.
Greatly simplify static_ipv6_loopback_route_for_each_fib. It was
written under the assumption that loopback routes would be added to
a given fib by the kernel as soon as an interface is configured on
that fib. However, the logic can be much simpler now that we simply
add loopback routes to all fibs at boot. This also removes the need
to run the test as root, removes the restriction that
net.add_addr_allfibs=0, and removes the need to configure fibs in
300881 by asomers:
Avoid issuing spa config updates for physical path when not necessary
ZFS's configuration needs to be updated whenever the physical path for a
device changes, but not when a new device is introduced. This is because new
devices necessarily cause config updates, but only if they are actually
accepted into the pool.
Split vdev_geom_set_physpath out of vdev_geom_attrchanged. When
setting the vdev's physical path, only request a config update if
the physical path has changed. Don't request it when opening a
device for the first time, because the config sync will happen
Split g_dev_set_physpath and g_dev_set_media out of
300880 by asomers:
Strip leading spaces off of a SCSI disk's serial number
Strip leading spaces off of a SCSI disk's reported serial number
when populating the CAM serial number. This affects the output of
"diskinfo -v" and the names of /dev/diskid/DISK-* device nodes,
among other things.
SPC5r05 says that the Product Serial Number field from the Unit
Serial Number VPD page is right-aligned. So any leading spaces are
not part of the actual serial number. Most devices don't left-pad
their serial numbers, but some do. In particular, the SN VPD page
that an LSI HBA emulates for a SATA drive contains enough
left-padding to fill a 20-byte field.
Add a note to UPDATING, because some users may have to update
/etc/fstab or geom labels.