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[altq 984] Re: ALTQ in OpenBSD source tree
Denys Sene dos Santos wrote:
> Then I don't need to download the altq-3.0.tar.gz and follow these INSTALL
> instructions ???
> Now, after I got the current src tree of OpenBSD trought the CVS, that
> options are not set
> in my GENERIC. Then, I added it to my GENERIC, but the line :
> pseudo-device altq # altq pseudo-device
> don't works... and the config only reconigzes if I remove it, leaving the
> other ALTQ options.
> Can anyone post more instructions on how to build the ALTQ in current src
> tree of
> OpenBSD ... step by step ???
As itojun said, Theo and I enabled ALTQ in the kernel several hours
ago from the London IETF site. The process of the ALTQ merge isn't
still completed (I have a backlog of requests from Theo...).
The current status is:
- pseudo-device altq is deprecated. (it isn't needed anymore)
- option ALTQ is enabled in GENERIC
- ALTQ_RED and ALTQ_CBQ are automatically enabled (in altq/altq.h)
- if you need other ALTQ options, you have to add them
I'll try to do the rest of the work when I get back from the trip next