History log of /freebsd-head/tools/regression/sockets/udp_pingpong/udp_pingpong.c
Revision Date Author Comments
b3776cb8de3ed109d5b9625fc934a7face4f69a7 30-Jul-2018 asomers <asomers@FreeBSD.org> Make timespecadd(3) and friends public

The timespecadd(3) family of macros were imported from NetBSD back in
r35029. However, they were initially guarded by #ifdef _KERNEL. In the
meantime, we have grown at least 28 syscalls that use timespecs in some
way, leading many programs both inside and outside of the base system to
redefine those macros. It's better just to make the definitions public.

Our kernel currently defines two-argument versions of timespecadd and
timespecsub. NetBSD, OpenBSD, and FreeDesktop.org's libbsd, however, define
three-argument versions. Solaris also defines a three-argument version, but
only in its kernel. This revision changes our definition to match the
common three-argument version.

Bump _FreeBSD_version due to the breaking KPI change.

Discussed with: cem, jilles, ian, bde
Differential Revision: https://reviews.freebsd.org/D14725
701697521cdd74f2f7cfee4e18bd672544300bb3 16-Jan-2017 sobomax <sobomax@FreeBSD.org> Add a new socket option SO_TS_CLOCK to pick from several different clock
sources to return timestamps when SO_TIMESTAMP is enabled. Two additional
clock sources are:

o nanosecond resolution realtime clock (equivalent of CLOCK_REALTIME);
o nanosecond resolution monotonic clock (equivalent of CLOCK_MONOTONIC).

In addition to this, this option provides unified interface to get bintime
(equivalent of using SO_BINTIME), except it also supported with IPv6 where
SO_BINTIME has never been supported. The long term plan is to depreciate
SO_BINTIME and move everything to using SO_TS_CLOCK.

Idea for this enhancement has been briefly discussed on the Net session
during dev summit in Ottawa last June and the general input was positive.

This change is believed to benefit network benchmarks/profiling as well
as other scenarios where precise time of arrival measurement is necessary.

There are two regression test cases as part of this commit: one extends unix
domain test code (unix_cmsg) to test new SCM_XXX types and another one
implementis totally new test case which exchanges UDP packets between two
processes using both conventional methods (i.e. calling clock_gettime(2)
before recv(2) and after send(2)), as well as using setsockopt()+recv() in
receive path. The resulting delays are checked for sanity for all supported
clock types.

Reviewed by: adrian, gnn
Differential Revision: https://reviews.freebsd.org/D9171