Kip Macy kmacy at
Wed Oct 8 19:14:55 PDT 2003

Sorry, I thought I ifdefed out all the references with DO_UPCALL.

I added (locally) two fields to sigact to store references to the
freeze/thaw upcalls. I was hoping to avoid making any changes to the
kernel, but I don't see any clean way around this. When I switch to
DragonFly in half an hour, I'll send out a patch.


On Wed, 8 Oct 2003, Matthew Dillon wrote:

> :I've updated the code to run on dragonfly and to support the restoration
> :of signal disposition. The code to support multiple-threads and pre/post
> :upcalls is in there, but untested.
> :
> :If anyone wants to play with it, it is available at:
> :
> :
> :
> :			-Kip
>     Hey Kip, there are some structural references that we need patches
>     for.  e.g. ps_checkpoint, ps_restore.
> ckpt.c: In function `ckpt_register':
> ckpt.c:625: structure has no member named `ps_checkpoint'
> ckpt.c:626: structure has no member named `ps_restore'
> 					-Matt
> 					Matthew Dillon
> 					<dillon at xxxxxxxxxxxxx>

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