r335576 eadler June 23, 2018, 3:17 a.m.
There is no documented reason for this not to be shown on the first run.
I can't find any good reason, and it breaks batch mode.

PR:		218889
Submitted by:	"Jeremy C. Reed" <reed@reedmedia.net>
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r335575 ian June 23, 2018, 2:42 a.m.
The final 'mv' to install a fetched leap-list file can fail (due to a
readonly fs, or schg flags, for example), and that leads to mv(1)
prompting the user, stopping the boot process.  Instead, use mv -f
to supress the prompting, and if verbose mode is on, emit a warning
that the existing file cannot be replaced.

PR:		219255
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r335574 jhibbits June 23, 2018, 1:42 a.m.
r330610 relocated the DMAP from the base of memory to the base of the fourth
quadrant of memory.  This broke synthetic traps, such as KDB forced
breakpoints.  Use GET_TOCBASE() so the DMAP offset is handled.

Submitted by:	git_bdragon.rkt0.net
Differential Revision:	https://reviews.freebsd.org/D15973
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r335573 rmacklem June 23, 2018, 12:48 a.m.
Most NFSv4.1 compound RPCs start with a Sequence operation. For these
cases, save the slotid and note that it is saved by setting ND_HASSLOTID.
This is used by r335568 to free up the session slot and disable it.

MFC after:	2 weeks
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r335571 rmacklem June 23, 2018, 12:37 a.m.
r335568 uses a flag called ND_HASSLOTID to indicate that the slotid is set,
so it can free and invalidate it.
This flag needs to be set, which will be done in a subsequent commit.

MFC after:	2 weeks
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r335569 kp June 22, 2018, 9:59 p.m.
Normally pf rules are expected to do one of two things: pass the traffic or
block it. Blocking can be silent - "drop", or loud - "return", "return-rst",
"return-icmp". Yet there is a 3rd category of traffic passing through pf:
Packets matching a "pass" rule but when applying the rule fails. This happens
when redirection table is empty or when src node or state creation fails. Such
rules always fail silently without notifying the sender.

Allow users to configure this behaviour too, so that pf returns an error packet
in these cases.

PR:		226850
Submitted by:	Kajetan Staszkiewicz <vegeta tuxpowered.net>
MFC after:	1 week
Sponsored by:	InnoGames GmbH
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r335568 rmacklem June 22, 2018, 9:37 p.m.
When a "soft" mount is used for NFSv4.1, an RPC that fails without completing
will leave a slot in the NFSv4.1 session in an indeterminate state.
As such, all that can be done is free up the slot while making is no longer
usable.
A "soft" NFSv4.1 mount is not recommended in general, since it will leave
Open/Lock state in an indeterminate state. An exception is a pNFS mount of
a DS, since there are no Opens/Locks done for them except file creates
where loss of the Open state does not matter.
The patch also makes connections to DSs soft, so that they will fail when
a DS is non-functional or network partitioned, allowing the pNFS MDS to disable
the DS for a mirrored configuration.
This patch should not affect normal "hard" NFSv4.1 mounts.

MFC after:	2 weeks
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r335567 rmacklem June 22, 2018, 9:25 p.m.
When the NFSv4.1 pNFS client gets an error for a DS I/O operation using a
Flexible File layout, it returns the layout with an error.
This patch changes the code slightly, so that it returns the layout for all
errors except EACCES and lets the MDS decide what to do based on the error.
It also makes a couple of changes to nfscl_layoutrecall() to ensure that
the first layoutreturn(s) will have the error in the reply.
Plus, the patch adds a wakeup() so that the "nfscl" thread won't wait 1sec
before doing the LayoutReturn.
Tested against the pNFS service.
This patch should not affect non-pNFS use of the client.
The unused "dsp" argument will be used by a future patch that disables the
connection to the DS when possible.

MFC after:	2 weeks
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r335566 rmacklem June 22, 2018, 8:58 p.m.
For a pNFS MDS server, there must be mounts done to the DSs before the
nfsd is started. Adding the REQUIRE line makes sure these are done.
If there are NFS mounts in /etc/fstab that cannot be completed before
the nfsd starts, the "bg" mount option can still be used to handle that.
I do not believe this should cause problems for non-pNFS NFS servers.
(I have requested a review by rc@, but it is still pending.)
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r335565 ed June 22, 2018, 8:53 p.m.
The changes made in r326573 required that messages always start with an
RFC 3164 timestamp. It looks like certain devices, but also certain
logging libraries (Python 3's "logging" package) simply don't generate
RFC 3164 formatted messages containing a timestamp.

Make timestamps optional again. When the timestamp is missing, also
assume that the message contains no hostname. The first word of the
message likely already belongs to the message payload.

PR:		229236
Reported by:	Michael Grimm & Marek Zarychta
Reviewed by:	glebius (cursory)
MFC after:	1 week
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r335564 ian June 22, 2018, 8:45 p.m.
By adding spigen-rpi{2,-b}.dtso to fdt_overlays= in loader.conf, the fdt data
will set up the correct pinmux and device nodes to create a spigen(4) device
for each available chipselect pin.

Submitted by:	Bob Frazier
Differential Revision:	https://reviews.freebsd.org/D15067
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r335562 ian June 22, 2018, 8:22 p.m.
r335560 bdrewery June 22, 2018, 5:58 p.m.
This effectively reverts r335449 and changes the previous MK_LLD_IS_LD
to a MK_LLD_BOOTSTRAP check.  If !TOOLS_PREFIX then these sources are
always built for llvm-objdump, lld, and llvm-cov.  When TOOLS_PREFIX
is set then they are only needed if lld is being bootstrapped.

Reported by:	dim
Pointyhat to:	bdrewery
Sponsored by:	Dell EMC
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r335559 delphij June 22, 2018, 4:18 p.m.
We do not have code to fix this situation, and the mismatch does not
prevent the kernel driver from consuming the file system, and some factory
formatted SD cards seem to have a garbage backup block.

This makes the code match to its comments (replacing pfatal with pwarn).

Inspired by:	NetBSD r1.13
Inspired by:	https://android.googlesource.com/platform/external/fsck_msdos/+/b47b16353f3db228711dded9f7c975b820059ddc
MFC after:	2 weeks
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r335558 dim June 22, 2018, 3 p.m.
This makes it possible, through src.conf(5) settings, to select which
LLVM targets you want to build during buildworld.  The current list is:

* (WITH|WITHOUT)_LLVM_TARGET_AARCH64
* (WITH|WITHOUT)_LLVM_TARGET_ARM
* (WITH|WITHOUT)_LLVM_TARGET_MIPS
* (WITH|WITHOUT)_LLVM_TARGET_POWERPC
* (WITH|WITHOUT)_LLVM_TARGET_SPARC
* (WITH|WITHOUT)_LLVM_TARGET_X86

To not influence anything right now, all of these are on by default, in
situations where clang is enabled.

Selectively turning a few targets off manually should work.  Turning on
only one target should work too, even if that target does not correspond
to the build architecture.  (In that case, LLVM_NATIVE_ARCH will not be
defined, and you can only use the resulting clang executable for
cross-compiling.)

I performed a few measurements on one of the FreeBSD.org reference
machines, building clang from scratch, with all targets enabled, and
with only the x86 target enabled.  The latter was ~12% faster in real
time (on a 32-core box), and ~14% faster in user time.  For a full
buildworld the difference will probably be less pronounced, though.

Reviewed by:	bdrewery
MFC after:	1 week
Differential Revision: https://reviews.freebsd.org/D11077
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