Subject: Re: the size of an argument for set/getsockopt(2)
To: Hitoshi Asaeda <Hitoshi.Asaeda@sophia.inria.fr>
From: None <email@example.com>
Date: 05/29/2002 07:33:22
>>Current NetBSD kernel (1.5 or later) seems the argument of
>>set/getsockopt() is stored in a mbuf. This implies we cannot input/get
>>larger storage than MLEN to/from it. (I think this is only inherited
>>some historical rules.)
> of course we can use external mbufs, if needed...
we may need to change some of uicp_socket/syscalls.c, but anyway,
we need no major change here. just support bigger mbufs, that's all.