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- drm/i915: Update to Linux 4.3
François Tigeot: - Generic stability improvements
- Stability fixes and support improvements for various GPU families, including Broxton, Valleyview, Cherryview, Broadwell and Skylake
- Skylake support is no longer considered experimental
- HDMI now uses 12 bits per color component if the screen supports it.
- Power saving features improvements: many fixes have been made to the PSR (panel self refresh) and FBC (framebuffer compression) code.
- drm/i915: Update to Linux 4.4
François Tigeot: - Broxton and Skylake support improvements
- Cherryview specific fixes
- Atomic modesetting conversion progress
- Improved validation of video modes.
- sys/kern: Add USCHED_GET_CPUMASK for usched_set(2)
Tomohiro Kusumi: Add a new usched_set(2) command USCHED_GET_CPUMASK which simply copies the cpumask of lwp to a pointer specified by userspace.
- if_iwm - Add support for Intel AC 8260 chipset
- sysctl - Add -i and -q from FreeBSD
Matthew Dillon: Enhance the sysctl code, will be used by /etc/network.subr
- sysctl -i - Exit cleanly with exit code 0 if a sysctl mib does not exist.
- hammer2 - Stabilization, optimization
Matthew Dillon: - Increase the hammer2_io.refs field to 64 bits so we can add a few more control bits.
- Track whether invalidation is ok at the DIO level for full-sized (64KB) data blocks.
- nvme - Add interrupt coalescing support
Matthew Dillon: - Add interrupt coalescing support.
- sbin/hammer: Add hammer strip command
Tomohiro Kusumi: This command is inspired by hammer recover command, and does opposite of what recover command does.
This command zero clears zone-8(B-Tree) big-blocks, zone-9(meta) big-blocks, and then the whole volume header, except that volume signature field is overwritten with "STRIPPED" instead of zeros.
- hyperv: Initial import. It only contains non-intr cputimer
- rc - Add unconfigured wifi interfaces to the netif list
Matthew Dillon: - Use sysctl net.wlan.devices to get a list of wifi interfaces.