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Re: heads-up: planned changes in nvmm
I've rebuilt my -current system a few hours ago, followed by a build
of wip/qemu-nvmm, I see now at 4.1.
So far everything seems to be working as expected.
BTW I have been getting - on all my qemu-nvmm builds from wip - a PLIST error -
present in the destination folder but missing in PLIST.
On Tue, 22 Oct 2019 at 21:34, Maxime Villard <max%m00nbsd.net@localhost> wrote:
> [I am not subscribed to this list, so if you want to answer, make sure to
> CC me.]
> I will soon commit a set of changes in NVMM, which will require a full
> rebuild and reinstallation of: the kernel NVMM driver, the libnvmm API,
> the libnvmm ATF tests, and the qemu-nvmm package if you're using it.
> You can cherry-pick each change, but it will be easier to just do a full
> distribution rebuild and reinstall.
> Overall it is no different than what I've been doing over the last six
> months. This time, however, the changes will also be pulled up to 9beta
> I will push my changes in -current and update the qemu-nvmm package in
> several rounds probably over several days, and then will pull up to 9beta.
> In the meantime, do not upgrade your qemu-nvmm package if you're on 9beta.
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