Subject: Re: sk(4) and jumbo frames
To: None <tech-kern@NetBSD.org>
From: Jeff Rizzo <riz@NetBSD.org>
Date: 03/11/2006 22:26:19
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Sean Davis wrote:
> On Sat, Mar 11, 2006 at 07:30:48PM -0800, Jeff Rizzo wrote: =20
>> If you'll peruse the tech-net archives, I posted some patches to sk(4)=
>> while back to support jumbo frames. I only ever got one person
>> responding that he tested them... :)
> Could you give me a starting point? I'm mainly messing with this from w=
> on machines at home. Do I need to go -current, is -3_0 good enough?
I don't have time to check tonight, but they _should_ apply (or very
nearly so) to 3.0_STABLE. If not, I can cook up a new patch later.
http://www.tastylime.net/netbsd/sk_jumbo.diff (I should have reposted
them before, for those interested)
I haven't committed them yet because brad@openbsd (the original author
whose work I ported) indicated that this code leaked memory on OpenBSD,
and a patch was needed to fix that. I haven't been able to duplicate
the leak, and the patch yields a non-working kernel, so I wanted some
more eyes on it before committing...
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