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Re: lib/56977: xdr: no implementation for xdr_hyper(3) etc.

They are:

[3:15am] 97>nm /usr/lib/ | grep xdr_longlong
000000000014ffe2 T _xdr_longlong_t
000000000014ffe2 W xdr_longlong_t
[3:15am] 98>nm /usr/lib/ | grep xdr_hyper
000000000014ff0a T _xdr_hyper
000000000014ff0a W xdr_hyper

I've also changed time_type to be long long and the surrounding code to
do xdd_longlong_t. It works fine, but there is a compatibility issue. I guess
we could bump the version of the rpc protocol and provide compatibility
functions, but I think it is overkill. I would just make the incompatible changes.


> On Aug 23, 2022, at 1:55 AM, <rvp%SDF.ORG@localhost> wrote:
>> Number:         56977
>> Category:       lib
>> Synopsis:       xdr: no implementation for xdr_hyper(3) etc.
>> Confidential:   no
>> Severity:       non-critical
>> Priority:       low
>> Responsible:    lib-bug-people
>> State:          open
>> Class:          change-request
>> Submitter-Id:   net
>> Arrival-Date:   Mon Aug 22 22:55:01 +0000 2022
>> Originator:     RVP
>> Release:        NetBSD-HEAD and 9.X
>> Organization:
>> Environment:
> NetBSD x202e.localdomain 9.99.98 NetBSD 9.99.98 (GENERIC) #0: Tue Jun 21 12:20:43 UTC 2022 amd64
>> Description:
> The xdr(3) manpages mentions xdr_hyper(), xdr_longlong_t() etc., but these don't seem to be implemented.
> Would be nice to have these to transport 64-bit timestamps around.
>> How-To-Repeat:
>> Fix:
> OpenBSD has 'em...

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