This should be trivial to add. Testing traffic passing on amd64 and a kernel universe. In D , gallatin wrote:. Xr sysctl 8 variables are read-only: Please describe when the random value is generated – boot time? Log In to Comment. Changed to “the size of the aggregation ring plus four times the size of the receive ring”.
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Cm misused for it Authored by shurd on Aug 182: Xr sysctl 8 variables are read-only: Both of these sentences start with “This”, which is indefinite and can make it hard to tell which thing is being talked about.
Worth running igor -R bnxt. Might be better without “The”.
Netgear FA310TX rev D2
Aug 182: Yeah, this is a matter of tracking down someone who knows how this field is populated and getting it documented. Log In to Comment.
Set the number of RX queues. More cxgb problems – sorry guys.
MII Hardware Supported by NetBSD
These are provided by the. Also, new sentence to new line, and “This sysctl” is redundant:. Testing traffic passing on amd64 and a kernel universe. If you want to be warned if the version is too old for what you need, you could set this.
Changed to “the size of the aggregation ring plus four times the size of the receive ring”. Since there are cases where the device may need to be reset, please document how to reset the device.
Quoted value is probably better with markup, although it is too early in the morning to think which would be best.
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Some drivers probably can tolerate a reset if they are notified in some way. Fixed “generated for each device during attach”. Aug 194: Nov 158: If the firmware doesn’t support a given feature, I would expect an attempt to enable or configure that feature to fail, loudly and informatively. Alternatively, I could remove this sysctl. Man page looks okay to me. Adding this in a future patch would be nice. A few general comments: Xr iflib 9 framework, and may be better documented there. Maybe the number of cores on the socket connected to the controller.
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This should be Please describe when the random value is generated – boot time? In Dgallatin wrote:. I’m not sure how to test it brozdcom Also, new sentence to new line, and “This sysctl” is redundant: Same here – probably not intended.
IMHO, the version should be hardcoded to whatever broaecom API version the driver was actually written against, and warnings should be unconditional if the firmware API doesn’t support the attempted operation.
The minimum a driver is written against may be missing features provided in later API updates.