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Upgraded to -current but...
OK, so I upgraded to -current and, apart from a couple of minor issues
during the make where it stopped because I had removed some unused
groups (namely games & named), all seemed to go well.
Everything compiled nicely, I'm booting with my new kernel and my dmesg
is nice and error-free. The problem is, I don't seem to have the
expected added functionality of pf where I can specify a maximum limit
on state table entries, ie:
pass blah blah blah keep state (max 5) <--- I'm expecting to use
this last bit
I just get a syntax error when I try and load my pf rules.
I've checked my newly compiled pfctl binary against my older one from a
dump done only a day before the upgrade and it's definitely new(er) but
the file size isn't any different:
Old: 188416 Apr 14 07:07 pfctl
New: 188416 Aug 27 17:20 pfctl
Does this mean I screwed up somewhere? If so, where could I have gone
wrong? I did a 'make clean' before 'make build', after I checked out
the latest from CVS. I used 'make -n' when it stopped due to the minor
group issues and it seemed to go ahead fine.
Am I going to have to do it all over again? My faithful ol' Pentium
100Mhz took ages to do the compile...
Email: obsd-tech at korvan dot homeunix dot org