Split out a more generic debugnet(4) from netdump(4)
Debugnet is a simplistic and specialized panic- or debug-time reliable
datagram transport. It can drive a single connection at a time and is
currently unidirectional (debug/panic machine transmit to remote server
It is mostly a verbatim code lift from netdump(4). Netdump(4) remains
the only consumer (until the rest of this patch series lands).
The INET-specific logic has been extracted somewhat more thoroughly than
previously in netdump(4), into debugnet_inet.c. UDP-layer logic and up, as
much as possible as is protocol-independent, remains in debugnet.c. The
separation is not perfect and future improvement is welcome. Supporting
INET6 is a long-term goal.
Much of the diff is "gratuitous" renaming from 'netdump_' or 'nd_' to
'debugnet_' or 'dn_' -- sorry. I thought keeping the netdump name on the
generic module would be more confusing than the refactoring.
The only functional change here is the mbuf allocation / tracking. Instead
of initiating solely on netdump-configured interface(s) at dumpon(8)
configuration time, we watch for any debugnet-enabled NIC for link
activation and query it for mbuf parameters at that time. If they exceed
the existing high-water mark allocation, we re-allocate and track the new
high-water mark. Otherwise, we leave the pre-panic mbuf allocation alone.
In a future patch in this series, this will allow initiating netdump from
panic ddb(4) without pre-panic configuration.
No other functional change intended.
Reviewed by: markj (earlier version)
Some discussion with: emaste, jhb
Objection from: marius
Differential Revision: https://reviews.freebsd.org/D21421