Not-yet-finished ALTQ patch.

Eirik Nygaard eirikn at
Sun Nov 30 12:35:32 PST 2003

On Sun, Nov 30, 2003 at 12:24:09PM -0800, Matthew Dillon wrote:
> :On Sun, Nov 30, 2003 at 02:20:16AM +0100, Max Laier wrote:
> :> My crap newsreader won't let me quote your pgped post :(
> :Blaim mutt or something... :)
> :
> :> Beware, your patchset seems to not only care about ALTQ but changes
> :> the drivers very heavily in some cases (seems like a catch up with
> :> 4.9, right?) Don't know if it's good to do that in one step as it will
> :> make it hard to determine what causes new ill behaviour - ATLQ or the
> :> new driver code.
> :I have just modified the FreeBSD 4.8 patch to "work" with dragonfly, not
> :added anything to the drivers.
> :
> :> Additionally I'd like to encourage you to use new altq headers. If you
> :> take them off kame don't use older than 4 month. For pf I need the
> :> mbuf tag stuff in place, which was introduced 4 month ago to kame by a
> :> large commit from kjc@ Taking the sys/altq from OpenBSD is an option
> :> as well, but at the expense of losing all "/dev/altq" glue and the
> :> experimental classifiers such as jobs.
> :I will take a look at this one. Just need to get altq to work first.
> :
> :--=20
> :Eirik Nygaard
>     Ok, Eirik, if you want this stuff to go in I can fast see it becoming
>     a lot more complex... try to split the patch into less significant pieces
>     that can be committed incrementally to 'get them out of the way'.  If
>     you can submit smaller self contained incremental patch sets (e.g. small
>     enough that I can review each one in ~10 minutes), then I will review them
>     and you or I can commit them in pieces.  But this is just a bit too
>     complex to just commit as is and cross our fingers :-)
> 						-Matt

I agree, but I am going to get it to work first, if I get it up and runnig
at all that is.
When I have some more luck with it I will starte splitting the patches up.

Eirik Nygaard
eirikn at xxxxxxxxxxxx
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