Future of the netgraph in DragonFly?
dennis.melentyev at gmail.com
Fri Dec 5 07:42:12 PST 2008
Hi Alexander, Kernel gurus!
Sorry for bringing back quite old topic, but now it's the time I am
interested in mpd :)
Today I just compiled (but not tested) libpdel-0.5.3 (just a bunch of
#ifdefs, GET_COOKIE() -> fcookie define, NG_HOOKLEN and NG_PATHLEN
The problem with mpd4.4.1 is much more complex for me: I'm not that
experienced with make to re-create bsd.ports.mk and friends. Also, I'm
not aware of actual status of DFBSD's netgraph.
Could it be a good day to revisit mpd-on-DragonFly issue?
What can I provide:
1. Access to DFBSD system (home server, semi-production :) ) and
FreeBSD mpd server (router at work, serious production)
2. Testing, some C coding (well, I'm short of DFBSD kernel experience,
but should not be a big problem to grep sources)
3. Beer/Juice/Vodka/Borjomi (in Kiev, via the train, airmail, etc). :)
PS. You can contact me directly if interested and, yes, I do speak Russian :)
2007/6/2 Alexander Motin <mav at freebsd.org>:
> As current developer and maintainer of the net/mpd4 (Multi-link PPP
> daemon for FreeBSD) project I would like to know DragonFly team ideas of
> the netgraph subsystem future. It looks frozen since it was branched
> from FreeBSD 4.x.
> I am not DragonFly user and currently have no interests there, but
> during long time there are many DragonFly support ifdefs exists in mpd
> sources. As FreeBSD 4.x is officially out of support it becomes annoying
> to be limited by it's requirements and I would like to remove that
> compatibility sometimes.
> Is the mpd project is interesting for DragonFly users? Should I keep
> hope that DragonFly will be updated to be in sync with FreeBSD netgraph
> at least in basic netgraph functionality or I will have to remove all
> DragonFly quirks from the code?
> The least thing I need this moment is the NG_NODELEN and other constants
> updating and somebody who could from time to time test new mpd version
> with DragonFly and maintain it ports/packages.
> Alexander Motin
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