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FreeBSD — head/usr.sbin/makefs cd9660.c cd9660.h, head/usr.sbin/makefs/cd9660 cd9660_write.c cd9660_eltorito.c

makefs: eliminate global cd9660 structure

For diff reduction with NetBSD

NetBSD file versions:
cd9660.c 1.39
cd9660.h 1.19
cd9660/cd9660_debug.c 1.12
cd9660/cd9660_eltorito.c 1.20
cd9660/cd9660_write.c 1.16
cd9660/iso9660_rrip.c 1.12
cd9660/iso9660_rrip.h 1.6

Reviewed by:        ngie
Obtained from:        NetBSD
MFC after:        1 month
Sponsored by:        The FreeBSD Foundation
Differential Revision:        https://reviews.freebsd.org/D9627

FreeBSD — head/sys/kern subr_terminal.c

Fix a panic during boot caused by inadequate locking of some vt(4) driver
data structures.

vt_change_font() calls vtbuf_grow() to change some vt driver data
structures. It uses TF_MUTE to prevent the console from trying to use those
data structures while it changes them.

During the early stage of the boot process, the vt driver's tc_done routine
uses those data structures; however, it is currently called outside the
TF_MUTE check.

Move the tc_done routine inside the locked TF_MUTE check.

PR:                217282
Reviewed by:        ed, ray
Sponsored by:        Netflix
Differential Revision:        https://reviews.freebsd.org/D9709
Delta File
+5 -3 head/sys/kern/subr_terminal.c
+5 -3 1 file

FreeBSD — head/libexec/rtld-elf/mips reloc.c

Fully handle the special encoding of GOT[1] on mips64.

The MIPS ABI does not require the second GOT entry to be reserved for use
by the runtime linker as on other architectures.  Instead, static linkers
use a special value in the second GOT entry to indicate if the entry is
reserved.  This value is supposed to consist of an address with the MSB
set and the rest of the bits all zero which is an invalid user address.

However, the old binutils currently in the tree uses the 32-bit mask value
(2^31) on 64-bit MIPS instead of 2^63.  This was fixed in upstream
binutils in 2008 to use 2^63 on 64-bit MIPS.

The first part of this change changes the runtime check in init_pltgot()
to check for both values (2^31 and 2^63) when deciding whether to store
the current object pointer in GOT[1] which fixes dynamic N64 binaries
compiled with modern binutils.

However, the initial version of this fix exposed another related bug in
that _rtld_relocate_nonplt_self() was only checking for the new value
(2^63) in GOT[1] and incorrectly treated GOT[1] as a local GOT entry
(and did not relocate the final local GOT entry).  To handle this, fix
all of the places that check for GOT[1]'s status to use the same macro
that checks for both values on N64.

Reviewed by:        kan, imp

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Delta File
+19 -3 head/libexec/rtld-elf/mips/reloc.c
+19 -3 1 file

FreeBSD — head/sys/boot/mips/beri/boot2 Makefile

Use LDFLAGS with CC instead of _LDFLAGS.

This is a followup to r311458.  _LDFLAGS is for use with LD, whereas
LDFLAGS is for use with CC.

FreeBSD — head/tests/sys/netinet fibs_test.sh

Remove tests/sys/netinet/fibs_tests's dependency on net/socat

Instead of bridging two tap interfaces with socat, just use an epair pair.

MFC after:        3 weeks
Sponsored by:        Spectra Logic Corp
Delta File
+77 -60 head/tests/sys/netinet/fibs_test.sh
+77 -60 1 file

FreeBSD — head/sys/boot/zfs zfsimpl.c, head/sys/cddl/boot/zfs zfsimpl.h

loader: update symlink support in zfs reader

As the current zfs file system is providing symlink via system attributes, need
to update the code accordingly.

Note, as the zfsboot code does not free the memory at this time, the
object list will put some stress on the boot2 heap, eventually we should
address the issue.

Reviewed by:        allanjude, smh
Approved by:        allanjude (mentor)
Differential Revision:        https://reviews.freebsd.org/D9706

FreeBSD — head/contrib/blacklist/libexec blacklistd-helper

Improve ipfw rule creation for blacklist-helper script

When blocking an address, the blacklist-helper script
needs to do the following things for the ipfw packet
filter:

 - create a table to hold the addresses to be blocked,
   so lookups can be done quickly, and place the address
   to be blocked in that table
 - create rule that does the lookup in the table and
   blocks the packet

The ipfw system allows multiple rules to be inserted for
a given rule number.  There only needs to be one rule
to do the lookup per port.  Modify the script to probe
for the existence of the rule before attempting to create
it, so only one rule is inserted, rather than one rule per
blocked address.

PR:                214980
Reported by:        azhegalov (at) gmail.com
Reviewed by:        emaste
MFC after:        3 days
Sponsored by:        The FreeBSD Foundation
Differential Revision:        https://reviews.freebsd.org/D9681

FreeBSD — head/etc devd.conf, head/share/man/man4 ahc.4 scsi.4

Remove more stray EISA refernces: ahb was removed. Remove the cross
reference and replace, where appropiate, with ahd.4.

FreeBSD — head/sys/compat/linuxkpi/common/include/linux scatterlist.h

Convert magic values into macros in the LinuxKPI scatterlist
implementation.

Suggested by:                cem @
MFC after:                1 week
Sponsored by:                Mellanox Technologies

FreeBSD — stable/11/sys/amd64/linux linux_systrace_args.c linux_proto.h, stable/11/sys/amd64/linux32 linux32_systrace_args.c linux32_proto.h

MFC r313284:

  Update syscall.master to 4.10-rc6. Also fix comments, a typo,
  and wrong numbering for a few unimplemented syscalls.

  For 32-bit Linuxulator, socketcall() syscall was historically
  the entry point for the sockets API. Starting in Linux 4.3, direct
  syscalls are provided for the sockets API. Enable it.

  The initial version of patch was provided by trasz@ and extended by me.

MFC r313285:

  Regen after r313284.

MFC r313684:

  Fix r313284.

  Members of the syscall argument structures are padded to a word size. So,
  for COMPAT_LINUX32 we should convert user supplied system call arguments
  which is 32-bit in that case to the array of register_t.

MFC r313912:


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FreeBSD — head/sys/compat/linuxkpi/common/include/linux gfp.h, head/sys/compat/linuxkpi/common/src linux_page.c

Optimise unmapped LinuxKPI page allocations.

When allocating unmapped pages, take advantage of the direct map on
AMD64 to get the virtual address corresponding to a page. Else all
pages allocated must be mapped because sometimes the virtual address
of a page is requested.

Move all page allocation and deallocation code into an own C-file.

Add support for GFP_DMA32, GFP_KERNEL, GFP_ATOMIC and __GFP_ZERO
allocation flags.

Make a clear separation between mapped and unmapped allocations.

Obtained from:                kmacy @
MFC after:                1 week
Sponsored by:                Mellanox Technologies

FreeBSD — head/sys/compat/linuxkpi/common/include/linux scatterlist.h

Improve LinuxKPI scatter list support.

The i915kms driver in Linux 4.9 reimplement parts of the scatter list
functions with regards to performance. In other words there is not so
much room for changing structure layouts and functionality if the
i915kms should be built AS-IS. This patch aligns the scatter list
support to what is expected by the i915kms driver. Remove some
comments not needed while at it.

Obtained from:                kmacy @
MFC after:                1 week
Sponsored by:                Mellanox Technologies

FreeBSD — head/lib/libcxxrt Version.map

Surround any unmangled C++ names in libcxxrt's version map with 'extern
"C++"', otherwise ld refuses to make the symbols global in the final
library.  This causes the __int128-related symbols to go missing when
the library is stripped during installation.

Helpful hints:        emaste
MFC after:        2 weeks
X-MFC-With:        r314061
Delta File
+16 -12 head/lib/libcxxrt/Version.map
+16 -12 1 file

FreeBSD — stable/10/sys/dev/e1000 if_em.c

MFC: r311979

Reset the EIAC register to include the LINK status bit and restore
link up/down notifications.
Delta File
+1 -1 stable/10/sys/dev/e1000/if_em.c
+1 -1 1 file

FreeBSD — stable/11/sys/dev/e1000 if_em.c

MFC: r311979

Reset the EIAC register to include the LINK status bit and restore
link up/down notifications.
Delta File
+1 -1 stable/11/sys/dev/e1000/if_em.c
+1 -1 1 file

FreeBSD — head/sys/sys cdefs.h

don't use C99 static array indices with older GCC versions

For example, the FreeBSD GCC (4.2.1) has a spotty support for that
feature.  If the static keyword is used with an unnamed array parameter
in a function declaration, then the compilation fails with:
error: static or type qualifiers in abstract declarator

The feature does work if the parameter is named.
So, the restriction introduced in this commit can be removed when all
affected function prototypes have the workaround.

MFC after:        1 week
Sponsored by:        Panzura
Delta File
+1 -0 head/sys/sys/cdefs.h
+1 -0 1 file

FreeBSD — head/sys/sys cdefs.h

fix a typo in __STDC_VERSION__ in __min_size requirements

MFC after:        1 week
Sponsored by:        Panzura
Delta File
+1 -1 head/sys/sys/cdefs.h
+1 -1 1 file

FreeBSD — head/usr.bin/lam lam.c

Better fix for r314098

The actual issue was the fact that if - was used then some restriction were
already set to stdin when we were applying caph_limit_stdio which was failing
due to the fact the fd was the fd was already restricted to lower rights.

Restricting stdio before actually opening the files prevent trying to raise the
right and fixes the issue.

And this allows to keep failing the program if restriction failed

Approved by:        allanjude
Differential Revision:        https://reviews.freebsd.org/D9723
Delta File
+2 -1 head/usr.bin/lam/lam.c
+2 -1 1 file

FreeBSD — head/usr.bin/lam lam.c

lam(1): Failing to restrict stdin/stdout/stderr should not be fatal

When fed from a pipe, lam(1) would sometimes fail:
lam: unable to limit stdio: Capabilities insufficient

fixed regression in portsnap(8) introduced in r313938

This broke portsnap(8), the app that the capsicumization of lam(1) was
meant to secure.

# portsnap fetch update
Looking up portsnap.FreeBSD.org mirrors... 6 mirrors found.
Fetching snapshot tag from ec2-eu-west-1.portsnap.freebsd.org... done.
Fetching snapshot metadata... done.
Updating from Tue Feb 21 16:05:39 MSK 2017 to Tue Feb 21 16:59:30 MSK 2017.
Fetching 5 metadata patches.lam: unable to limit stdio: Capabilities insufficient
 done.
Applying metadata patches... done.
Fetching 5 metadata files... lam: unable to limit stdio: Capabilities insufficient
/usr/sbin/portsnap: cannot open 
8c94d2c3f8fcea20eb1fd82021566c99c63a010e6b3702ee11e7a491795bcfb8.gz: No such file or 
directory
metadata is corrupt.

Reported by:        Vladimir Zakharov <zakharov.vv at gmail.com>, Ben Woods 
<woodsb02 at gmail.com>
Delta File
+1 -2 head/usr.bin/lam/lam.c
+1 -2 1 file

FreeBSD — head/sys/dev/bhnd/cores/chipc chipc_slicer.c chipc_slicer.h, head/sys/dev/fdt fdt_slicer.c

- Allow different slicers for different flash types to be registered
  with geom_flashmap(4) and teach it about MMC for slicing enhanced
  user data area partitions. The FDT slicer still is the default for
  CFI, NAND and SPI flash on FDT-enabled platforms.
- In addition to a device_t, also pass the name of the GEOM provider
  in question to the slicers as a single device may provide more than
  provider.
- Build a geom_flashmap.ko.
- Use MODULE_VERSION() so other modules can depend on geom_flashmap(4).
- Remove redundant/superfluous GEOM routines that either do nothing
  or provide/just call default GEOM (slice) functionality.
- Trim/adjust includes

Submitted by:        jhibbits (RouterBoard bits)
Reviewed by:        jhibbits

FreeBSD — vendor/mdocml 1.4.1, vendor/mdocml/1.4.1 roff.c mdoc.7

Tag import of mandoc 1.4.1

FreeBSD — vendor/mdocml/dist NEWS LICENSE

Import mandoc 1.14.1

FreeBSD — head/sys/dev/xen/timer timer.c

xen/timer: mark the Xen PV timer as not safe for suspension

Note that the timer itself fully supports suspension, but due to the lack of
ordering during the resume process FreeBSD cannot guarantee that the timer is
resumed before any device attempts to use it.

Submitted by:                Liuyingdong <liuyingdong at huawei.com>
Reviewed by:                royger
Differential Revision:        https://reviews.freebsd.org/D9639
Delta File
+13 -1 head/sys/dev/xen/timer/timer.c
+13 -1 1 file

FreeBSD — stable/11/sys/dev/bxe bxe.c

MFC r313771

bxe: enable usage with NetXtreme II BCM57840 2x20GbE chip

Sponsored by:   Citrix Systems R&D
Delta File
+6 -0 stable/11/sys/dev/bxe/bxe.c
+6 -0 1 file

FreeBSD — stable/11/sys/dev/hyperv/netvsc if_hn.c

MFC 312689, 312690

Approved by:        sephe (mentor)

r312689
    hyperv/hn: add a sysctl name for the VF interface

    This makes it easier for the userland script to find the releated
    VF interface.

    Reviewed by:        sephe
    Approved by:        sephe (mentor)
    Sponsored by:        Microsoft
    Differential Revision:        https://reviews.freebsd.org/D9101

r312690
    hyperv/hn: add devctl_notify for VF_UP/DOWN events

    Reviewed by:        sephe
    Approved by:        sephe (mentor)
    Sponsored by:        Microsoft
    Differential Revision:        https://reviews.freebsd.org/D9102

FreeBSD — stable/11/sys/dev/hyperv/netvsc if_hn.c hn_nvs.c

MFC 312688

Approved by:        sephe (mentor)

r312688
    hyperv/hn: add the support for VF drivers (SR-IOV)

    Hyper-V's NIC SR-IOV implementation needs a Hyper-V synthetic NIC and
    a VF NIC to work together (both NICs have the same MAC address), mainly to
    support seamless live migration.

    When the VF device becomes UP (or DOWN), the synthetic NIC driver needs
    to switch the data path from the synthetic NIC to the VF (or the opposite).

    Note: multicast/broadcast packets are still received through the synthetic
    NIC and we need to inject the packets through the VF interface (if the VF is
    UP), even if the synthetic NIC is DOWN (so we need to force the rxfilter
    to be NDIS_PACKET_TYPE_PROMISCUOUS, when the VF is UP).

    Reviewed by:        sephe
    Approved by:        sephe (mentor)
    Sponsored by:        Microsoft
    Differential Revision:        https://reviews.freebsd.org/D8964

FreeBSD — stable/11/sys/net if_var.h if.c

MFC: 312687, 312916

Approved by:    sephe (mentor)

r312687
    ifnet: introduce event handlers for ifup/ifdown events

    Hyper-V's NIC SR-IOV implementation needs a Hyper-V synthetic NIC and
    a VF NIC to work together, mainly to support seamless live migration.

    When the VF device becomes UP (or DOWN), the synthetic NIC driver needs
    to switch the data path from the synthetic NIC to the VF (or the opposite).

    So the synthetic NIC driver needs to know when a VF device is becoming
    UP or DOWN and hence the patch is made.

    Reviewed by:        sephe
    Approved by:        sephe (mentor)
    Sponsored by:        Microsoft
    Differential Revision:        https://reviews.freebsd.org/D8963

r312916
    ifnet: move the new ifnet_event EVENTHANDLER_DECLARE to net/if_var.h

    Thank glebius for pointing this out:

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FreeBSD — stable/11/sys/net if_var.h if.c

revert the MFC r314085

Sorry, I generated a wrong commit log for r314085 due to a copy&pasate mistake.
Let me revert it and I'll redo the MFC.

FreeBSD — head/sys/dev/isp isp_freebsd.c

Slightly polish isp_dump_atpd().

MFC after:        2 weeks
Delta File
+3 -1 head/sys/dev/isp/isp_freebsd.c
+3 -1 1 file

FreeBSD — head/sys/x86/x86 x86_mem.c

More fixes for regression in r313898 on i386.
Use long long constants where needed.

Reported and tested by:        kargl
Sponsored by:        The FreeBSD Foundation
MFC after:        10 days
Delta File
+2 -2 head/sys/x86/x86/x86_mem.c
+2 -2 1 file

FreeBSD — head/sys/dev/isp isp_freebsd.c isp_freebsd.h

Fix multiple problems around LUN disable under load.

 - Move private data about ATIOs/INOTs from per-LUN to per-channel data.
This allows active commands to continue operation after LUN destruction.
This also simplifies lookup of the data by tag in some situations.
 - Unify three restart_queue processing implementations.
 - Complete all ATIOs from restart_queue on LUN disable.
 - Delete ATIO private data when command completed or aborted, not depending
on the ATIO being requeued, that was ugly hack and could never happen.  CAM
should always call ether XPT_CONT_TARGET_IO with status or XPT_ABORT.
 - Implement XPT_ABORT for queued ATIOs/INOTs to allow CAM do graceful
shutdown, not depending on LUN disable, as it is done in ahd(4)/targ(4).
 - Unify isp_endcmd() arguments to make it more usable in generic code.
 - Remove never really used LUN state reference counter.

MFC after:        2 weeks

FreeBSD — stable/11/sys/net if_var.h if.c

MFC: 312687, 312688

Approved by:        sephe (mentor)

r312687
    ifnet: introduce event handlers for ifup/ifdown events

    Hyper-V's NIC SR-IOV implementation needs a Hyper-V synthetic NIC and
    a VF NIC to work together, mainly to support seamless live migration.

    When the VF device becomes UP (or DOWN), the synthetic NIC driver needs
    to switch the data path from the synthetic NIC to the VF (or the opposite).

    So the synthetic NIC driver needs to know when a VF device is becoming
    UP or DOWN and hence the patch is made.

    Reviewed by:        sephe
    Approved by:        sephe (mentor)
    Sponsored by:        Microsoft
    Differential Revision:        https://reviews.freebsd.org/D8963

r312688
    hyperv/hn: add the support for VF drivers (SR-IOV)

    Hyper-V's NIC SR-IOV implementation needs a Hyper-V synthetic NIC and

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FreeBSD — stable/11/sys/dev/hyperv/netvsc if_hn.c

MFC: 312686

Approved by:        sephe (mentor)

r312686
    hyperv/hn: remove the MTU and IFF_DRV_RUNNING checking in hn_rxpkt()

    It's unnecessary because the upper nework stack does the same checking.

    In the case of Hyper-V SR-IOV, we need to remove the checking because
    1) multicast/broadcast packets are still received through the synthetic
    NIC and we need to inject the packets through the VF interface;
    2) we must inject the packets even if the synthetic NIC is down, or has
    a different MTU from the VF device.

    Reviewed by:        sephe
    Approved by:        sephe (mentor)
    Sponsored by:        Microsoft
    Differential Revision:        https://reviews.freebsd.org/D8962

FreeBSD — stable/11/sys/dev/hyperv/netvsc if_hnvar.h if_hn.c

MFC: 312685

Approved by:        sephe(mentor)

r312685
    hyperv/hn: remember the channel pointer in struct hn_rx_ring

    This will be used by the coming NIC SR-IOV patch.

    Reviewed by:        sephe
    Approved by:        sephe (mentor)
    Sponsored by:        Microsoft
    Differential Revision:        https://reviews.freebsd.org/D8909

FreeBSD — head/sys/dev/iwm if_iwm.c if_iwm_util.c

[iwm] Move iwm_dma_contig_alloc/_free functions to if_iwm_util.c.

Obtained from:        dragonflybsd.git 83a1185edeede081051a6c00417d4c5a8f5988eb

FreeBSD — head/sys/dev/iwm if_iwm_7000.c

[iwm] Switch 7265D and 3165 devices to 7265D firmware.

Obtained from:        dragonflybsd.git 0cb0a810cb4e04b30937cb4260e779f717a86492
Delta File
+2 -4 head/sys/dev/iwm/if_iwm_7000.c
+2 -4 1 file

FreeBSD — head/share/man/man4 iwmfw.4

add 7265D firmware mention in the iwmfw manpage.
Delta File
+1 -0 head/share/man/man4/iwmfw.4
+1 -0 1 file

FreeBSD — head/sys/modules/iwmfw Makefile iwm7265Dfw, head/sys/modules/iwmfw/iwm7265Dfw Makefile

[iwmfw] add 7265D firmware.
Delta File
+6 -0 head/sys/modules/iwmfw/iwm7265Dfw/Makefile
+1 -1 head/sys/modules/iwmfw/Makefile
+0 -0 head/sys/modules/iwmfw/iwm7265Dfw/
+7 -1 3 files

FreeBSD — head/sys/conf files

add 7265D firmware.
Delta File
+14 -0 head/sys/conf/files
+14 -0 1 file

FreeBSD — head/sys/contrib/dev/iwm iwm-7265D-17.fw.uu

Add 7265D firmware.
Delta File
+30,750 -0 head/sys/contrib/dev/iwm/iwm-7265D-17.fw.uu
+30,750 -0 1 file

FreeBSD — head/sys/conf files, head/sys/dev/iwm if_iwm_config.h if_iwm_7000.c

[iwm] Move struct iwm_cfg chipset configs to if_iwm_7000.c and _8000.c

* This is more similar to how code/definitions are distributed in
  Linux's iwlwifi.

* This should make recognizing new chipset variants, and adding additional
  flags from the Linux iwlwifi code easier, without blowing up if_iwm.c

Obtained from:        dragonflybsd.git 27d11320e707d2c41424efc1983762f6799941d6

FreeBSD — head/tests/sys/kern ptrace_test.c

Fix world build for archs where __builtin_debugtrap() does not work.

The offending code was introduced in r313992.

Reported by:        rpokala
Approved by:        kib (mentor)
Delta File
+2 -1 head/tests/sys/kern/ptrace_test.c
+2 -1 1 file

FreeBSD — head/sys/dev/iwm if_iwm.c

[iwm] Simplify device id matching code a bit.

* Just add the struct iwm_cfg pointers to the iwm_devices array, to get
  rid of the large switch clause.

Obtained from:        dragonflybsd.git 35f0e6c86c1654323d6b19f7a077f4ab8ac85868
Delta File
+33 -36 head/sys/dev/iwm/if_iwm.c
+33 -36 1 file

FreeBSD — head/sys/dev/iwm if_iwm.c

[iwm] Remove OpenBSD-specific comment. Beautify pci cfg space accesses.

Obtained from:        dragonflybsd.git 710fdd011c30a1bd9f53b87c843fb8907c4a6cfd
Delta File
+11 -12 head/sys/dev/iwm/if_iwm.c
+11 -12 1 file

FreeBSD — stable/11/crypto/openssh auth.c

MFC r313965:

Only notify blacklistd for successful logins in auth.c

Before this change, every pass through auth.c resulted in a
call to blacklist_notify().

In a normal remote login, there would be a failed login flagged for
the printing of the "xxx login:" prompt, before the remote user
could enter a password.

If the user successfully entered a good password, then a good login
would be flagged, and everything would be OK.

If the user entered an incorrect password, there would be another
failed login flagged in auth1.c (or auth2.c) for the actual bad
password attempt.  Finally, when sshd got around to issuing the
second "xxx login:" prompt, there would be yet another failed login
notice sent to blacklistd.

So, if there was a 3 bad logins limit set (the default), the system
would actually block the address after the first bad password attempt.

Reported by:        Rick Adams
Reviewed by:        des
Sponsored by:        The FreeBSD Foundation
Delta File
+2 -2 stable/11/crypto/openssh/auth.c
+2 -2 1 file

FreeBSD — head/sys/arm/ti ti_sdhci.c

Revert to this driver's historic behavior: assume an sd card is writable
if the fdt data doesn't provide a gpio pin for reading the write protect
switch and also doesn't contain a "wp-disable" property.

In r311735 the long-bitrotted code in this driver for using the non-
standard fdt "mmchs-wp-gpio-pin" property was replaced with new common
support code for handling write-protect and card-detect gpio pins.  The
old code never found a property with that name, and the logic was to
assume that no gpio pin meant that the card was not write protected.

The new common code behaves differently.  If there is no fdt data saying
what to do about sensing write protect, the value in the standard SDHCI
PRESENT_STATE register is used.  On this hardware, if there is no signal
for write protect muxed into the sd controller then that bit in the
register indicates write protect.

The real problem here is the fdt data, which should contain "wp-disable"
properties for eMMC and micro-sd slots where write protect is not even
an option in the hardware, but we are not in control of that data, it
comes from linux.  So we have to make the same flawed assumption in our
driver that the corresponding linux driver has: no info means no protect.

Reported by:        several users on the arm@ list
Pointy hat:        me, for not testing enough before committing r311735
Delta File
+17 -0 head/sys/arm/ti/ti_sdhci.c
+17 -0 1 file

FreeBSD — head/sys/dev/iwm if_iwm.c

[iwm] Fix typo in commit a7697ea01c11fd493aec52260a02f31df680eb91.

* The sc->sc_uc.uc_error_event_table value is now at sc->error_event_table,
  and not sc->umac_error_event_table.

Obtained from:        dragonflybsd.git 612855b1a8c321ec9ba34f63edf913e7ecff8363
Delta File
+1 -1 head/sys/dev/iwm/if_iwm.c
+1 -1 1 file

FreeBSD — head/sys/dev/iwm if_iwm.c if_iwmvar.h

[iwm] Get rid of unneeded IWM_FWDMASEGSZ and IWM_FWMAXSIZE constants

* We only need IWM_FH_MEM_TB_MAX_LENGTH bytes for the fw_dma memory.

Obtained from:        dragonflybsd.git f414b8da30816705e32573cc58097cacac34f161

FreeBSD — head/sys/amd64/amd64 db_disasm.c pmap.c, head/sys/boot/common md.c

sys: Replace zero with NULL for pointers.

Found with:        devel/coccinelle
MFC after:        3 weeks
Differential Revision:        https://reviews.freebsd.org/D9694

FreeBSD — head/sys/dev/iwm if_iwm.c

[iwm] With the previous commits, this DELAY no longer seems to be needed.

Obtained from:        dragonflybsd.git 516272d3d02c821ace16a91cfdeb28540ac74ecc
Delta File
+0 -5 head/sys/dev/iwm/if_iwm.c
+0 -5 1 file