|author||Linus Torvalds <firstname.lastname@example.org>||2016-05-02 09:40:42 -0700|
|committer||Linus Torvalds <email@example.com>||2016-05-02 09:40:42 -0700|
Pull networking fixes from David Miller: 1) MODULE_FIRMWARE firmware string not correct for iwlwifi 8000 chips, from Sara Sharon. 2) Fix SKB size checks in batman-adv stack on receive, from Sven Eckelmann. 3) Leak fix on mac80211 interface add error paths, from Johannes Berg. 4) Cannot invoke napi_disable() with BH disabled in myri10ge driver, fix from Stanislaw Gruszka. 5) Fix sign extension problem when computing feature masks in net_gso_ok(), from Marcelo Ricardo Leitner. 6) lan78xx driver doesn't count packets and packet lengths in its statistics properly, fix from Woojung Huh. 7) Fix the buffer allocation sizes in pegasus USB driver, from Petko Manolov. 8) Fix refcount overflows in bpf, from Alexei Starovoitov. 9) Unified dst cache handling introduced a preempt warning in ip_tunnel, fix by resetting rather then setting the cached route. From Paolo Abeni. 10) Listener hash collision test fix in soreuseport, from Craig Gallak * git://git.kernel.org/pub/scm/linux/kernel/git/davem/net: (47 commits) gre: do not pull header in ICMP error processing net: Implement net_dbg_ratelimited() for CONFIG_DYNAMIC_DEBUG case tipc: only process unicast on intended node cxgb3: fix out of bounds read net/smscx5xx: use the device tree for mac address soreuseport: Fix TCP listener hash collision net: l2tp: fix reversed udp6 checksum flags ip_tunnel: fix preempt warning in ip tunnel creation/updating samples/bpf: fix trace_output example bpf: fix check_map_func_compatibility logic bpf: fix refcnt overflow drivers: net: cpsw: use of_phy_connect() in fixed-link case dt: cpsw: phy-handle, phy_id, and fixed-link are mutually exclusive drivers: net: cpsw: don't ignore phy-mode if phy-handle is used drivers: net: cpsw: fix segfault in case of bad phy-handle drivers: net: cpsw: fix parsing of phy-handle DT property in dual_emac config MAINTAINERS: net: Change maintainer for GRETH 10/100/1G Ethernet MAC device driver gre: reject GUE and FOU in collect metadata mode pegasus: fixes reported packet length pegasus: fixes URB buffer allocation size; ...
Diffstat (limited to 'Documentation')
6 files changed, 16 insertions, 16 deletions
diff --git a/Documentation/devicetree/bindings/net/cpsw.txt b/Documentation/devicetree/bindings/net/cpsw.txt
index 28a4781ab6d7..0ae06491b430 100644
@@ -45,13 +45,13 @@ Required properties:
- dual_emac_res_vlan : Specifies VID to be used to segregate the ports
- mac-address : See ethernet.txt file in the same directory
-- phy_id : Specifies slave phy id
+- phy_id : Specifies slave phy id (deprecated, use phy-handle)
- phy-handle : See ethernet.txt file in the same directory
- fixed-link : See fixed-link.txt file in the same directory
- Either the property phy_id, or the sub-node
- fixed-link can be specified
+Note: Exactly one of phy_id, phy-handle, or fixed-link must be specified.
Note: "ti,hwmods" field is used to fetch the base address and irq
resources from TI, omap hwmod data base during device registration.
diff --git a/Documentation/networking/altera_tse.txt b/Documentation/networking/altera_tse.txt
index 3f24df8c6e65..50b8589d12fd 100644
@@ -6,7 +6,7 @@ This is the driver for the Altera Triple-Speed Ethernet (TSE) controllers
using the SGDMA and MSGDMA soft DMA IP components. The driver uses the
platform bus to obtain component resources. The designs used to test this
driver were built for a Cyclone(R) V SOC FPGA board, a Cyclone(R) V FPGA board,
-and tested with ARM and NIOS processor hosts seperately. The anticipated use
+and tested with ARM and NIOS processor hosts separately. The anticipated use
cases are simple communications between an embedded system and an external peer
for status and simple configuration of the embedded system.
@@ -65,14 +65,14 @@ Driver parameters can be also passed in command line by using:
4.1) Transmit process
When the driver's transmit routine is called by the kernel, it sets up a
transmit descriptor by calling the underlying DMA transmit routine (SGDMA or
-MSGDMA), and initites a transmit operation. Once the transmit is complete, an
+MSGDMA), and initiates a transmit operation. Once the transmit is complete, an
interrupt is driven by the transmit DMA logic. The driver handles the transmit
completion in the context of the interrupt handling chain by recycling
resource required to send and track the requested transmit operation.
4.2) Receive process
The driver will post receive buffers to the receive DMA logic during driver
-intialization. Receive buffers may or may not be queued depending upon the
+initialization. Receive buffers may or may not be queued depending upon the
underlying DMA logic (MSGDMA is able queue receive buffers, SGDMA is not able
to queue receive buffers to the SGDMA receive logic). When a packet is
received, the DMA logic generates an interrupt. The driver handles a receive
diff --git a/Documentation/networking/ipvlan.txt b/Documentation/networking/ipvlan.txt
index cf996394e466..14422f8fcdc4 100644
@@ -8,7 +8,7 @@ Initial Release:
This is conceptually very similar to the macvlan driver with one major
exception of using L3 for mux-ing /demux-ing among slaves. This property makes
the master device share the L2 with it's slave devices. I have developed this
-driver in conjuntion with network namespaces and not sure if there is use case
+driver in conjunction with network namespaces and not sure if there is use case
outside of it.
@@ -42,7 +42,7 @@ out. In this mode the slaves will RX/TX multicast and broadcast (if applicable)
4.2 L3 mode:
- In this mode TX processing upto L3 happens on the stack instance attached
+ In this mode TX processing up to L3 happens on the stack instance attached
to the slave device and packets are switched to the stack instance of the
master device for the L2 processing and routing from that instance will be
used before packets are queued on the outbound device. In this mode the slaves
@@ -56,7 +56,7 @@ situations defines your use case then you can choose to use ipvlan -
(a) The Linux host that is connected to the external switch / router has
policy configured that allows only one mac per port.
(b) No of virtual devices created on a master exceed the mac capacity and
-puts the NIC in promiscous mode and degraded performance is a concern.
+puts the NIC in promiscuous mode and degraded performance is a concern.
(c) If the slave device is to be put into the hostile / untrusted network
namespace where L2 on the slave could be changed / misused.
diff --git a/Documentation/networking/pktgen.txt b/Documentation/networking/pktgen.txt
index f4be85e96005..2c4e3354e128 100644
@@ -67,12 +67,12 @@ The two basic thread commands are:
* add_device DEVICE@NAME -- adds a single device
* rem_device_all -- remove all associated devices
-When adding a device to a thread, a corrosponding procfile is created
+When adding a device to a thread, a corresponding procfile is created
which is used for configuring this device. Thus, device names need to
To support adding the same device to multiple threads, which is useful
-with multi queue NICs, a the device naming scheme is extended with "@":
+with multi queue NICs, the device naming scheme is extended with "@":
The part after "@" can be anything, but it is custom to use the thread
@@ -221,7 +221,7 @@ Sample scripts
A collection of tutorial scripts and helpers for pktgen is in the
samples/pktgen directory. The helper parameters.sh file support easy
-and consistant parameter parsing across the sample scripts.
+and consistent parameter parsing across the sample scripts.
Usage example and help:
./pktgen_sample01_simple.sh -i eth4 -m 00:1B:21:3C:9D:F8 -d 192.168.8.2
diff --git a/Documentation/networking/vrf.txt b/Documentation/networking/vrf.txt
index d52aa10cfe91..5da679c573d2 100644
@@ -41,7 +41,7 @@ using an rx_handler which gives the impression that packets flow through
the VRF device. Similarly on egress routing rules are used to send packets
to the VRF device driver before getting sent out the actual interface. This
allows tcpdump on a VRF device to capture all packets into and out of the
-VRF as a whole. Similiarly, netfilter  and tc rules can be applied
+VRF as a whole. Similarly, netfilter  and tc rules can be applied
using the VRF device to specify rules that apply to the VRF domain as a whole.
 Packets in the forwarded state do not flow through the device, so those
diff --git a/Documentation/networking/xfrm_sync.txt b/Documentation/networking/xfrm_sync.txt
index d7aac9dedeb4..8d88e0f2ec49 100644
@@ -4,7 +4,7 @@ Krisztian <firstname.lastname@example.org> and others and additional patches
from Jamal <email@example.com>.
The end goal for syncing is to be able to insert attributes + generate
-events so that the an SA can be safely moved from one machine to another
+events so that the SA can be safely moved from one machine to another
for HA purposes.
The idea is to synchronize the SA so that the takeover machine can do
the processing of the SA as accurate as possible if it has access to it.
@@ -13,7 +13,7 @@ We already have the ability to generate SA add/del/upd events.
These patches add ability to sync and have accurate lifetime byte (to
ensure proper decay of SAs) and replay counters to avoid replay attacks
with as minimal loss at failover time.
-This way a backup stays as closely uptodate as an active member.
+This way a backup stays as closely up-to-date as an active member.
Because the above items change for every packet the SA receives,
it is possible for a lot of the events to be generated.
@@ -163,7 +163,7 @@ If you have an SA that is getting hit by traffic in bursts such that
there is a period where the timer threshold expires with no packets
seen, then an odd behavior is seen as follows:
The first packet arrival after a timer expiry will trigger a timeout
-aevent; i.e we dont wait for a timeout period or a packet threshold
+event; i.e we don't wait for a timeout period or a packet threshold
to be reached. This is done for simplicity and efficiency reasons.