On Tue, Aug 30, 2011 at 10:19:20AM -0400, Christos Zoulas wrote:
> On Aug 30, 3:18pm, bouyer%antioche.eu.org@localhost
(Manuel Bouyer) wrote:
> -- Subject: Re: netbsd32 emulation in driver open() or read()
> | > Yes, look at PK_32 in the process flags. If you are going to do this, please
> | > look at what FreeBSD did with bpf_ts/bpf_xhdr and the time format changes
> | > and do the same (provide timespec/bintime etc). This is how they handle
> | > compatibility mode too.
> | This is related to the BIOCSTSTAMP ioctl isn't it ? I can see how it's used
> | in kernel but I couldn't find it in userland. So, to me it looks like
> | the old bpf_hdr is used most of the time ...
> | I'm not sure if it's worth implementing BIOCSTSTAMP (and we have to assure
> | compat for bpf_hdr anyway)
> Might as well bite the bullet and do the whole thing because with 10Gb+
> ethernet what we have now just does not cut it.