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BUS_CONNECT_INTR(9)
activate an interrupt handler
BUS_CREATE_INTR(9)
create an interrupt handler
BUS_PRINT_CHILD(9)
print information about a device
BUS_READ_IVAR(9), BUS_WRITE_IVAR(9)
manipulate bus-specific device instance variables
DEVICE_ATTACH(9)
attach a device
DEVICE_DETACH(9)
detach a device
DEVICE_PROBE(9)
probe for device existence
DEVICE_SHUTDOWN(9)
called during system shutdown
MD5(9), MD5Init(9), MD5Transform(9)
message digest routines
VFS(9)
kernel interface to filesystems
VFS_FHTOVP(9)
turn an NFS filehandle into a vnode
VFS_INIT(9)
initialize a filesystem
VFS_MOUNT(9)
mount a filesystem
VFS_QUOTACTL(9)
manipulate filesystem quotas
VFS_ROOT(9)
return the root vnode of a filesystem
VFS_START(9)
make a filesystem operational
VFS_STATFS(9)
return filesystem status
VFS_SYNC(9)
flush unwritten data
VFS_UNMOUNT(9)
unmount a filesystem
VFS_VGET(9)
convert an inode number to a vnode
VFS_VPTOFH(9)
turn a vnode into an NFS filehandle
VOP_ABORTOP(9)
abort a directory operation
VOP_ACCESS(9)
check access permissions of a file or Unix domain socket
VOP_ADVLOCK(9)
advisory record locking
VOP_BWRITE(9)
write a filesystem buffer
VOP_CREATE(9), VOP_MKNOD(9), VOP_MKDIR(9), VOP_SYMLINK(9)
create a file, socket, fifo, device, directory or symlink
VOP_FSYNC(9)
flush filesystem buffers for a file
VOP_GETATTR(9), VOP_SETATTR(9)
get and set attributes on a file or directory
VOP_GETPAGES(9), VOP_PUTPAGES(9)
read or write VM pages from a file
VOP_INACTIVE(9), VOP_RECLAIM(9)
reclaim filesystem resources for a vnode
VOP_IOCTL(9)
device specific control
VOP_LINK(9)
create a new name for a file
VOP_LOCK(9), VOP_UNLOCK(9), VOP_ISLOCKED(9), vn_lock(9)
serialize access to a vnode
VOP_LOOKUP(9)
lookup a component of a pathname
VOP_MMAP(9)
map a file into memory
VOP_OPEN(9), VOP_CLOSE(9)
open or close a file
VOP_PATHCONF(9)
return POSIX pathconf information
VOP_PRINT(9)
print debugging information
VOP_READ(9), VOP_WRITE(9)
read or write a file
VOP_READDIR(9)
read contents of a directory
VOP_READLINK(9)
read the target of a symbolic link
VOP_REALLOCBLKS(9)
rearrange blocks in a file to be contiguous
VOP_REMOVE(9), VOP_RMDIR(9)
remove a file or directory
VOP_RENAME(9)
rename a file
VOP_STRATEGY(9)
read or write a filesystem buffer
at_exit(9), rm_at_exit(9)
ask that a function be run at exit
at_fork(9), rm_at_fork(9)
ask that a function be run at fork
at_shutdown(9), rm_at_shutdown(9)
ask that a function be run at shutdown
bios(9), bios_sigsearch(9), bios32_SDlookup(9), bios32(9)
Interact with PC BIOS
boot(9)
halt or reboot the system
boottime(9), mono_time(9), runtime(9), time(9)
system time variables
buf(9), BUF(9)
Kernel Buffer I/O scheme used in VM system
bus_generic_attach(9)
generic implementation of DEVICE_ATTACH for busses
bus_generic_detach(9)
generic implementation of DEVICE_DETACH for busses
bus_generic_map_intr(9)
generic implementation of BUS_MAP_INTR for busses
bus_generic_print_child(9)
generic implementation of DEVICE_PRINT_CHILD for busses
bus_generic_read_ivar(9), bus_generic_write_ivar(9)
generic implementation of BUS_READ_IVAR and BUS_WRITE_IVAR for busses
bus_generic_shutdown(9)
generic implementation of DEVICE_SHUTDOWN for busses
cd(9)
CDROM driver for the CAM SCSI subsystem
copy(9), copyin(9), copyout(9), copystr(9), copyinstr(9)
kernel copy functions
devclass(9)
object representing a class of devices
devclass_add_driver(9), devclass_delete_driver(9), devclass_find_driver(9)
manipulate the drivers in a devclass
devclass_find(9)
search for a devclass
devclass_get_device(9)
translate unit number to device
devclass_get_devices(9)
get a list of devices in a devclass
devclass_get_maxunit(9)
find the maximum unit number in the class
devclass_get_name(9)
access the name of a devclass
devclass_get_softc(9)
translate unit number to driver private structure
devfs_add_devswf(9)
wire device into devswitch table
devfs_link(9), devfs_makelink(9)
make a hard link for a devfs entry
devfs_remove_dev(9)
remove all references to a devfs device node and delete the node
device(9)
an abstract representation of a device
device_add_child(9), device_add_child_after(9)
add a new device as a child of an existing device
device_delete_child(9)
delete a child from a device
device_enable(9), device_disable(9), device_is_enabled(9)
manipulate device enabled flag
device_find_child(9)
search for a child of a device
device_get_devclass(9)
access the devclass of a device
device_get_driver(9)
access the current driver of a device
device_get_ivars(9)
access bus private variables
device_get_softc(9)
access driver private instance variables
device_get_state(9), device_busy(9), device_unbusy(9), device_is_alive(9)
manipulate device state
device_get_unit(9)
access the unit number of a device
device_probe_and_attach(9)
initialise a device
device_set_desc(9), device_get_desc(9)
access the description of a device
devstat(9), devstat_add_entry(9), devstat_remove_entry(9), devstat_start_transaction(9), devstat_end_transaction(9)
kernel interface for keeping device statistics
driver(9)
structure describing a device driver
fetch(9), fubyte(9), fusword(9), fuswintr(9), fuword(9)
fetch data from user-space
ifnet(9), ifaddr(9), ifqueue(9), if_data(9)
kernel interfaces for manipulating network interfaces
inittodr(9)
initialize system time
intro(9)
introduction to system kernel interfaces
kernacc(9), useracc(9)
check memory regions for accessibility
malloc(9), MALLOC(9), free(9), FREE(9)
kernel memory management routines
mi_switch(9), cpu_switch(9)
switch to another process context
microseq(9)
ppbus microseqencer developer's guide
namei(9), NDINIT(9)
convert pathname to a pointer to a locked vnode
panic(9)
Bring down system on fatal error
physio(9)
initiate I/O on raw devices
posix4(9), posix1b(9)
Posix P1003-1B extensions
ppbconf(9)
ppbus developer's guide
psignal(9), -(9)
#include <sys/types.h> #include <sys/signalvar.h> psignal, pgsignal, gsignal post signal to a process or process group
resettodr(9)
set battery-backed clock from system time
rtalloc(9), rtalloc_ign(9), rtalloc1(9)
look up a route in the kernel routing table
rtentry(9)
structure of an entry in the kernel routing table
scsiconf(9)
define how certain scsi devices behave
sd(9)
device driver for SCSI subsystem
sleep(9), tsleep(9), asleep(9), await(9), wakeup(9)
wait for events
splbio(9), splclock(9), splhigh(9), splimp(9), splnet(9), splsoftclock(9), splsofttty(9), splstatclock(9), spltty(9), splvm(9), spl0(9), splx(9)
manipulate interrupt priorities
st(9)
device driver for SCSI subsystem
store(9), subyte(9), susword(9), suswintr(9), suword(9)
store data to user-space
style(9)
Kernel source file style guide
suser(9)
check if we are superuser and note
timeout(9)
execute a function after a specified length of time
uio(9), uiomove(9)
device driver IO routines
vget(9)
get a vnode from the free list
vnode(9)
internal representation of a file or directory
vput(9)
decrement the use count for a vnode and unlock it
vref(9)
increment the use count for a vnode
vrele(9)
decrement the use count for a vnode
vslock(9), vsunlock(9)
lock/unlock user space addresses in memory
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