PRs for tag 'netinet'
This is an experimental report containing PRs for tag 'netinet' as of 12-12-2013. GNATS has no finer-grained categorization than 'kern', 'bin', 'ports', and so forth. To augment this, the bugmeisters have adopted the convention of adding '[<tagname>]' to the Synopsis field. Consider this a prototype of a better search function.
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PRs for tag 'netinet':
|p||2013/04/16||kern/177888||delphij||[netinet] [patch] Missing mutex unlock - deadlock multicast subsystem|
|f||2013/03/25||kern/177362||net||[netinet] [patch] Wrong control used to return TOS|
|o||2013/02/26||kern/176446||net||[netinet] [patch] Concurrency in ixgbe driving out-of-order packet process and spurious RST|
|o||2012/11/08||kern/173478||andre||[netinet] [patch] icmp forward bandwithlimit|
|o||2012/10/13||kern/172675||net||[netinet] [patch] sysctl_tcp_hc_list (net.inet.tcp.hostcache.list) race condition causing memory corruption|
|o||2012/04/26||kern/167325||net||[netinet] [patch] sosend sometimes return EINVAL with TSO and VLAN on 82599 NIC|
|o||2012/01/17||kern/164265||net||[netinet] [patch] tcp_lro_rx computes wrong checksum if 'csum' variable is 0|
|o||2011/08/08||kern/159603||net||[netinet] [patch] in_ifscrubprefix() - network route can be installed for interfaces marked down|
|p||2011/08/08||kern/159602||qingli||[netinet] [patch] arp_ifscrub() is called even if IFF_NOARP flag is set|
|o||2011/08/08||kern/159601||net||[netinet] [patch] in_scrubprefix() - loopback route refcount malfunction|
|p||2010/05/02||kern/146250||bz||[netinet] [patch] Races on interface alias removal|
|o||2010/04/15||kern/145737||bz||[netinet] [patch] Wrong UDP checksum not ignored as expected in UDP encapsuladed ESP packet|
|o||2009/11/16||kern/140597||andre||[netinet] [patch] implement Lost Retransmission Detection|
|o||2009/03/31||kern/133235||net||[netinet] [patch] Process SIOCDLIFADDR command incorrectly in in_control()|
|o||2009/02/09||kern/131536||andre||[netinet] [patch] kernel does allow manipulation of subnet routes|
|o||2008/07/21||kern/125845||net||[netinet] [patch] tcp_lro_rx() should make use of hardware IP cksum assistance when available|
|o||2006/04/03||kern/95277||net||[netinet] [patch] IP Encapsulation mask_match() returns wrong results|
|o||2004/12/15||kern/75122||silby||[netinet] [patch] Incorrect inflight bandwidth calculation on first packet|
|a||2004/01/22||kern/61744||andre||[netinet] [patch] TCP hangs onto mbufs with no tcp data unnecessily under certain error conditions|
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