Contributed by deanna on from the neat-new-stuff dept.
- pf improvement: ruleset optimization
Changes by: mcbride@ 2006/10/31 07:17:45 Modified files: sbin/pfctl : parse.y pfctl.c pfctl_optimize.c pfctl_parser.h Log message: Allow pfctl ruleset optimizer to be controlled from the ruleset. "set" "ruleset-optimization" [ "none" | "basic" | "profile" ] You can optionally control ruleset optimization with these keywords on the command line with the -o option; the command line setting will override the pf.conf setting. The existing -o/-oo flags continue to work as expected.
- pf improvement: recursive anchor display
Changes by: mcbride@ 2006/10/31 16:46:25 Modified files: sbin/pfctl : pfctl.c pfctl_parser.c pfctl_parser.h Log message: Allow a user to recursively print anchors including those without reserved names, if a trailing * is specified in the anchor name. e.g. recursively print the main ruleset: pfctl -a '*' -sr Recursively print the spam anchor: pfctl -a 'spam*' pfctl -a 'spam/*' Also fix a bug which prevented the contents of inline anchors with explicit names from being loaded into the kernel.
- ipsec improvement: aggressive mode
Changes by: mcbride@ 2006/10/31 20:10:02 Modified files: sbin/ipsecctl : ike.c ipsec.conf.5 ipsecctl.c ipsecctl.h parse.y Log message: Add support for aggressive mode (from the k2k6 IPsec hackathon).
- new vmware network driver: vic
Changes by: dlg@ 2006/11/02 13:45:17 Modified files: sys/arch/i386/conf: GENERIC RAMDISK_CD Log message: enable vic(4) now that it works.
- more available drivers: gem and gentbi now in i386/amd64
Changes by: deraadt@ 2006/11/05 20:34:59 Modified files: sys/arch/i386/conf: GENERIC sys/arch/amd64/conf: GENERIC Log message: add gem and gentbi; why not
- new webpage: ports updating for maintainers
Changes by: espie@ 2006/11/04 03:53:37 Modified files: . : checklist.html porting.html porting : libraries.html Added files: porting : update.html Log message: add placeholders linking to porting/update.html, to be fleshed out a bit later. document the libtool changes with respect to shared libraries.
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