Changeset 7c7fd4d in rtems


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Timestamp:
Feb 4, 1999, 2:53:06 PM (20 years ago)
Author:
Joel Sherrill <joel.sherrill@…>
Branches:
4.10, 4.11, 4.8, 4.9, master
Children:
c1a37d3e
Parents:
cd792a86
Message:

Modified to include comments on how to get TCPDEBUG turned on and
printing messages.

Files:
8 edited

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  • c/src/exec/libnetworking/netinet/tcp_debug.c

    rcd792a86 r7c7fd4d  
    7171
    7272#ifdef TCPDEBUG
    73 static int      tcpconsdebug = 0;
     73static int      tcpconsdebug = 0; /* set to 1 to enable prints */
    7474#endif
    7575
  • c/src/exec/libnetworking/opt_tcpdebug.h

    rcd792a86 r7c7fd4d  
    55/* intentionally empty file */
    66
     7/*
     8 *  Uncomment the following line to turn on debug code.  When you define
     9 *  this symbol, tcp_trace() is called.  If you want tcp_trace() to
     10 *  print, then you need to edit netinet/tcp_debug to set the variable
     11 *  "tcpconsdebug" to 1.
     12 */
     13
     14/*
     15#define TCPDEBUG
     16*/
  • c/src/lib/libnetworking/netinet/tcp_debug.c

    rcd792a86 r7c7fd4d  
    7171
    7272#ifdef TCPDEBUG
    73 static int      tcpconsdebug = 0;
     73static int      tcpconsdebug = 0; /* set to 1 to enable prints */
    7474#endif
    7575
  • c/src/lib/libnetworking/opt_tcpdebug.h

    rcd792a86 r7c7fd4d  
    55/* intentionally empty file */
    66
     7/*
     8 *  Uncomment the following line to turn on debug code.  When you define
     9 *  this symbol, tcp_trace() is called.  If you want tcp_trace() to
     10 *  print, then you need to edit netinet/tcp_debug to set the variable
     11 *  "tcpconsdebug" to 1.
     12 */
     13
     14/*
     15#define TCPDEBUG
     16*/
  • c/src/libnetworking/netinet/tcp_debug.c

    rcd792a86 r7c7fd4d  
    7171
    7272#ifdef TCPDEBUG
    73 static int      tcpconsdebug = 0;
     73static int      tcpconsdebug = 0; /* set to 1 to enable prints */
    7474#endif
    7575
  • c/src/libnetworking/opt_tcpdebug.h

    rcd792a86 r7c7fd4d  
    55/* intentionally empty file */
    66
     7/*
     8 *  Uncomment the following line to turn on debug code.  When you define
     9 *  this symbol, tcp_trace() is called.  If you want tcp_trace() to
     10 *  print, then you need to edit netinet/tcp_debug to set the variable
     11 *  "tcpconsdebug" to 1.
     12 */
     13
     14/*
     15#define TCPDEBUG
     16*/
  • cpukit/libnetworking/netinet/tcp_debug.c

    rcd792a86 r7c7fd4d  
    7171
    7272#ifdef TCPDEBUG
    73 static int      tcpconsdebug = 0;
     73static int      tcpconsdebug = 0; /* set to 1 to enable prints */
    7474#endif
    7575
  • cpukit/libnetworking/opt_tcpdebug.h

    rcd792a86 r7c7fd4d  
    55/* intentionally empty file */
    66
     7/*
     8 *  Uncomment the following line to turn on debug code.  When you define
     9 *  this symbol, tcp_trace() is called.  If you want tcp_trace() to
     10 *  print, then you need to edit netinet/tcp_debug to set the variable
     11 *  "tcpconsdebug" to 1.
     12 */
     13
     14/*
     15#define TCPDEBUG
     16*/
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