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CVS Tags: netbsd-7-nhusb-base-20170116, netbsd-7-nhusb-base, netbsd-7-nhusb, netbsd-7-1-RELEASE, netbsd-7-1-RC2, netbsd-7-1-RC1, netbsd-7-1-2-RELEASE, netbsd-7-1-1-RELEASE, netbsd-7-1, netbsd-7-0-RELEASE, netbsd-7-0-RC3, netbsd-7-0-RC2, netbsd-7-0-RC1, netbsd-7-0-2-RELEASE, netbsd-7-0-1-RELEASE, netbsd-7-0
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Pull up following revision(s) (requested by jnemeth in ticket #774): sbin/gpt/Makefile: revisions 1.9-1.13 sbin/gpt/add.c: revisions 1.25-1.27 sbin/gpt/backup.c: revisions 1.2-1.8 sbin/gpt/biosboot.c: revisions 1.8-1.14 sbin/gpt/create.c: revisions 1.8-1.12 sbin/gpt/destroy.c: revisions 1.5-1.6 sbin/gpt/drvctl.c: revision 1.1 sbin/gpt/gpt.8: revisions 1.29-1.36 sbin/gpt/gpt.c: revisions 1.29-1.40 sbin/gpt/gpt.h: revisions 1.12-1.18 sbin/gpt/gpt_uuid.c: revisions 1.1-1.10 sbin/gpt/gpt_uuid.h: revisions 1.1-1.3 sbin/gpt/label.c: revisions 1.15-1.18 sbin/gpt/map.c: revision 1.7 sbin/gpt/migrate.c: revisions 1.15-1.21 sbin/gpt/recover.c: revision 1.5 sbin/gpt/remove.c: revisions 1.13-1.16 sbin/gpt/resize.c: revisions 1.9-1.11 sbin/gpt/resizedisk.c: revisions 1.1-1.6 sbin/gpt/restore.c: revisions 1.2-1.7 sbin/gpt/set.c: revisions 1.3-1.5 sbin/gpt/show.c: revision 1.16-1.21 sbin/gpt/type.c: revisions 1.1-1.6 sbin/gpt/unset.c: revisions 1.3-1.5 - record the sector size of the disk - correct confusion with end_cylinder and end_sector in MBRs -- - dump all partitions, not just ones that are in use - while here, squash a memory leak It shouldn't be necessary to backup unused partitions, however the partition GUID is created at the time the GPT is created and is never changed. It shouldn't matter if the GUID of an unused partition changes, but there may be some special case where it does. Since it isn't a big deal to record the unused partitions, might as well do it. -- Initial cut of gpt restore. This functions correctly in testing, but isn't all that pretty. It has minimal error testing and may leak memory. It also only works with empty disks. If passed "-F" flag, it will blank the disk for you. -- document the new restore subcommand -- - make gpt_gpt() available for use directly by subcommands - create new resizedisk disk subcommand for relocating backup GPT -- Fix compile error observed on i386. Use PRIu64. -- no C99isms in tool code -- - handle a GPT that isn't an exact multiple of a sector - adjust PMBR size, in case new disk is a different size - don't leak as much memory - clean up error handling somewhat -- PR/44218 - David Young -- add "type" subcommand to change a partition type -- PR/47990 - Dr. Wolfgang Stukenbrock -- add "-L <label>" as selector option -- minor toolification: need libprop... -- more toolification -- more toolification changes -- remove compat defines. -- Add internal uuid support, since the linux+macos versions of the library are different than than *bsd ones, and others might not have it at all. -- Check size of correct buffer. Note, just being pedantic as the buffer being checked is the same size as the one that should have been checked. -- correctly show partition type in the new world order -- actually return the uuid when parsing one that is in numeric format -- using random values for hdr->hdr_guid does not work very well -- oops, forgot to update end of data area -- It's HAVE_NBTOOL_CONFIG_H, not HAVE_NBTOOLS_CONFIG_H -- Fix tools build on !NetBSD. -- include <sys/endian.h> for both the non-tools build, and the tools build on a host where the file exists. Fixes a build problem on FreeBSD, reported by Herbert J. Skuhra, where tools/compat's configure detected that be32dec() and friends were available in the host's <sys/endian.h>, so tools/compat did not provide its own versions. -- "0" is not guaranteed to be unique -- provide a copy of the kernel uuid generator (with portable API calls) for tools. -- Allow specifying sector and media size on the command line. -- Remove trailing whitespace. -- Make gpt(8) generate v4 (random) uuids. Don't needlessly leak your date/time and MAC address when you edit the disk. Read from /dev/urandom rather than calling arc4random or anything, since this is a tool. (Cygwin seems to have /dev/urandom, but yell if this breaks the build on your exotic platform because it lacks /dev/urandom.) ok apb -- Paranoia: choke noisily on EOF from /dev/urandom. -- Report the argument instead of (null) when opendisk fails. -- handle constness -- handle constness better -- Add some more common partition types. -- Bump date for previous. -- Fix handling of -t option for the type command. Match any type, when no option is given, just like for the label command. -- Factor out the getdisksize() drvctl method, and provide an alternative that directly uses the disk ioctl's instead of relying on the drvctl device driver which is currently not mandatory.
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