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[altq 1259] Re: Altq 3.0 on FreeBSD-STABLE
I've manually patched the offending file (if_xl.c I believe) and my new
ALTQ kernel has just booted up. Judging from some simple loopback test,
it seems to work great! However, the commands "cbq lo0 disable" and "hfsc
lo0 disable" (I'm using the sample loopback configs here) do not work:
altqd lo0> hfsc lo0 disable
And my connection remains slow. Quitting altq does disable the filter, as
Is this expected behaviour?
You are an excellent tactician, Captain. You let your second in
command attack while you sit and watch for weakness.
-- Khan Noonian Singh, "Space Seed", stardate 3141.9
On 19 Dec 2001, Dennis wrote:
> either you fix the patches or you look which files were not patched and
> if you could ignore those like some ethernetdevices you don't have.