PRs for tag 'tcp'
This is an experimental report containing PRs for tag 'tcp' as of 3-9-2014. 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 'tcp':
|p||2013/11/04||kern/183659||net||[tcp] ]TCP stack lock contention with short-lived connections|
|o||2013/09/25||kern/182382||net||[tcp] sysctl to set TCP CC method on BIG ENDIAN systems fails|
|o||2013/04/23||kern/178079||net||[tcp] Switching TCP CC algorithm panics on sparc64 with a complaint from the MMU|
|o||2013/02/11||kern/176026||net||[tcp] [patch] TCP wrappers caused quite a lot of warnings during "make buildworld"|
|o||2013/01/09||kern/175153||net||[tcp] will there miss a FIN when do TSO?|
|o||2012/12/30||kern/174822||net||[tcp] Page fault in tcp_discardcb under high traffic|
|o||2012/12/18||kern/174535||net||[tcp] TCP fast retransmit feature works strange|
|o||2012/12/03||kern/174087||andre||[tcp] Problems with ephemeral port selection|
|o||2012/11/02||kern/173309||andre||[tcp] TCP connections often prematurely closed by the server side after r242262 [regression]|
|o||2012/06/08||kern/168842||andre||[tcp] FreeBSD hosts are sending TCP packets with FIN flag and no ACK set|
|o||2012/03/09||kern/165879||andre||[tcp] Syncache syncache.count overflow|
|o||2011/08/15||kern/159795||andre||[tcp] excessive duplicate ACKs and TCP session freezes|
|o||2011/08/09||kern/159621||net||[tcp] [panic] panic: soabort: so_count|
|o||2011/02/08||kern/154600||net||[tcp] [panic] Random kernel panics on tcp_output|
|o||2011/02/06||kern/154557||net||[tcp] Freeze tcp-session of the clients, if in the gateway is used quagga|
|a||2010/02/16||kern/144000||andre||[tcp] setting TCP_MAXSEG by setsockopt() does not seem to have any effect|
|o||2009/08/21||kern/138046||andre||[tcp] tcp sockets stay in SYN_SENT even after receiving RST. never time out as well.|
|p||2008/10/07||kern/127928||andre||[tcp] [patch] TCP bandwidth gets squeezed every time tcp_xmit_bandwidth_limit() kicks in|
|f||2008/05/12||kern/123617||andre||[tcp] breaking connection when client downloading files from server|
|o||2008/05/12||kern/123603||andre||[tcp] tcp_do_segment and Received duplicate SYN|
|f||2008/03/25||kern/122082||rwatson||[tcp] NULL pointer dereference in in_pcbdrop|
|o||2008/03/01||kern/121257||net||[tcp] TSO + natd -> slow outgoing tcp traffic|
|p||2007/11/12||kern/118005||andre||[tcp] Can No Longer SSH into 7.0 host|
|a||2007/09/13||kern/116335||andre||[tcp] Excessive TCP window updates|
|o||2007/02/01||kern/108670||silby||[tcp] TCP connection ETIMEDOUT|
|f||2006/02/15||kern/93378||net||[tcp] Slow data transfer in Postfix and Cyrus IMAP (workaround known)|
|o||2006/02/01||kern/92690||silby||[tcp] slowstart_flightsize ignored in 6-STABLE|
|o||2005/10/03||kern/86871||net||[tcp] [patch] allocation logic for PCBs in TIME_WAIT state causes packet drops on stateful FWs|
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