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authorHiroki Sato <hrs@FreeBSD.org>2012-03-07 20:55:23 +0000
committerHiroki Sato <hrs@FreeBSD.org>2012-03-07 20:55:23 +0000
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Trim old entries and update version numbers.
Approved by: re (implicit)
Notes
Notes: svn path=/releng/8.3/; revision=232672
-rw-r--r--release/doc/en_US.ISO8859-1/errata/article.sgml4
-rw-r--r--release/doc/en_US.ISO8859-1/relnotes/article.sgml1054
-rw-r--r--release/doc/share/examples/Makefile.relnotesng2
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diff --git a/release/doc/en_US.ISO8859-1/errata/article.sgml b/release/doc/en_US.ISO8859-1/errata/article.sgml
index c60bb603e7fe..2eff7cb5f3d8 100644
--- a/release/doc/en_US.ISO8859-1/errata/article.sgml
+++ b/release/doc/en_US.ISO8859-1/errata/article.sgml
@@ -16,7 +16,7 @@
<!ENTITY % release PUBLIC "-//FreeBSD//ENTITIES Release Specification//EN">
%release;
-<!ENTITY release.bugfix "8.2-RELEASE">
+<!ENTITY release.bugfix "8.3-RELEASE">
]>
<article>
@@ -40,7 +40,7 @@
<pubdate>$FreeBSD$</pubdate>
<copyright>
- <year>2011</year>
+ <year>2012</year>
<holder role="mailto:doc@FreeBSD.org">The &os; Documentation Project</holder>
</copyright>
diff --git a/release/doc/en_US.ISO8859-1/relnotes/article.sgml b/release/doc/en_US.ISO8859-1/relnotes/article.sgml
index 863345ed5bdc..72c568504614 100644
--- a/release/doc/en_US.ISO8859-1/relnotes/article.sgml
+++ b/release/doc/en_US.ISO8859-1/relnotes/article.sgml
@@ -15,7 +15,7 @@
<pubdate>$FreeBSD$</pubdate>
<copyright>
- <year>2011</year>
+ <year>2012</year>
<holder role="mailto:doc@FreeBSD.org">The &os; Documentation Project</holder>
</copyright>
@@ -109,6 +109,7 @@
advisories, user-visible changes, and major architectural
improvements.</para>
+<!-- XXX: will be added
<sect2 id="security">
<title>Security Advisories</title>
@@ -137,14 +138,12 @@
<entry>20&nbsp;September&nbsp;2010</entry>
<entry><para>Integer overflow in bzip2 decompression</para></entry>
</row>
-<!-- XXX: not for 8.2
<row>
<entry><ulink url="http://security.freebsd.org/advisories/FreeBSD-SA-10:09.pseudofs.asc"
>SA-10:09.pseudofs</ulink></entry>
<entry>10&nbsp;October&nbsp;2010</entry>
<entry><para>Spurious mutex unlock</para></entry>
</row>
--->
<row>
<entry><ulink url="http://security.freebsd.org/advisories/FreeBSD-SA-10:10.openssl.asc"
>SA-10:10.openssl</ulink></entry>
@@ -155,1101 +154,90 @@
</tgroup>
</informaltable>
</sect2>
+-->
<sect2 id="kernel">
<title>Kernel Changes</title>
- <para arch="ia64" revision="209326">The maximum number of pages
- used for DMA bounce buffer pool has been increased from 256 to
- 1024.</para>
-
- <para arch="powerpc" revision="209765">The default value of
- <varname>kern.hz</varname> has been increased from 100 to
- 1000.</para>
-
- <para arch="powerpc" revision="209767">The SMP kernel now works on
- MPC7400-based Apple desktop machines such as
- PowerMac3,3.</para>
-
- <para arch="powerpc" revision="211593">&os;/powerpc now supports
- DMA bounce buffer which is required on systems with larger RAM
- than 4GB.</para>
-
- <para arch="mips" revision="215938">&os;/mips support has been
- improved. It now supports SMP on a SWARM with a dual-core
- Sibyte processor.</para>
-
- <para arch="mips">&os;/mips now supports Netlogic Microsystems'
- XLR and XLS multi-core processor families.</para>
-
- <para arch="sparc64" revision="215598">&os;/sparc64 now supports
- reservation-based physical memory allocation which provides
- better performance.</para>
-
- <para arch="amd64" revision="214620">&os;/amd64 now always sets
- the KVA space as equal to or larger than physical memory size.
- The default size was calculated based on one-third of the
- physical memory size by a code derived from one for i386. It
- has been changed because constraints for memory space are not
- severe on amd64 and this change would help to prevent a
- <quote>kmem_map too small</quote> panic which often occurs
- when using ZFS.</para>
-
- <para arch="amd64,i386" revision="214621">CPU topology detection
- for Intel CPUs has been improved.</para>
-
- <para arch="amd64,i386" revision="215513">ACPI suspend/resume
- functionality support has been improved.</para>
-
- <para arch="amd64,i386" revision="215513">&os; kernel now
- supports <function>kern_fpu_enter()</function> and
- <function>kern_fpu_leave()</function> KPIs which allow the
- kernel subsystems to use XMM register files used in Intel SSE
- (Streaming SIMD Extensions).</para>
-
- <para arch="amd64,i386,ia64" revision="215006">The &man.acpi.4;
- driver now uses ACPI Reset Register capability by default only
- when a flag in the FADT which indicates it is available. This
- behavior was controlled by a &man.sysctl.8; variable
- <varname>hw.acpi.handle_reboot</varname> and the default value
- was always set to <literal>0</literal>.</para>
-
- <para arch="amd64,i386,ia64" revision="215521">The &man.acpi.4;
- driver now supports new loader tunables
- <varname>hw.acpi.install_interface</varname> and
- <varname>hw.acpi.remove_interface</varname>. For more
- details, see &man.acpi.4; manual page.</para>
-
- <para revision="209788">The &man.alq.9; support has been
- improved. The <function>alq_writen()</function> and
- <function>alq_getn()</function> KPIs have been extended to
- support variable length messages, which is enabled at ALQ
- creation time depending on the arguments passed to
- <function>alq_open()</function>. Also, the
- <literal>ALQ_NOACTIVATE</literal> and
- <literal>ALQ_ORDERED</literal> flags have been added to allow
- ALQ consumers to have more control over I/O scheduling and
- resource acquisition respectively. These extensions are fully
- backward compatible.</para>
-
- <para revision="209783">The &man.alq.9; support is now provided
- as a kernel module <filename>alq.ko</filename>.</para>
-
- <para revision="209692">The &man.ddb.8; kernel debugger now
- supports an optional delay in <command>reset</command> and
- <command>reboot</command> commands. This allows an
- administrator to break the system into debugger and trigger
- automatic textdump when an unattended panic occurs.</para>
-
- <para revision="212230">The &man.ddb.8; kernel debugger now
- supports a <command>show cdev</command> command. This
- displays the list of all created cdev's, consisting of devfs
- node name and struct cdev address.</para>
-
- <para revision="214326">The &os; <filename>GENERIC</filename>
- kernel is now compiled with <option>KDB</option> and
- <option>KDB_TRACE</option> options. From 8.2-RELEASE the
- kernel supports displaying a stack trace on panic by using
- &man.stack.9; facility with no debugger backend like
- &man.ddb.8;. Note that this does not change the default
- behaviors of the <filename>GENERIC</filename> kernel on
- panic.</para>
-
- <para revision="213554,213556,213560">The following
- &man.sysctl.8; variables are also now loader tunables:
- <varname>vm.kmem_size</varname>,
- <varname>vm.kmem_size_max</varname>, and
- <varname>vm.kmem_size_min</varname>,
- <varname>debug.kdb.stop_cpus</varname>,
- <varname>debug.trace_on_panic</varname>, and
- <varname>kern.sync_on_panic</varname>. Also, new
- &man.sysctl.8; variables <varname>vm.kmem_map_size</varname>
- for the current kmem map size and
- <varname>vm.kmem_map_free</varname> for largest contiguous
- free range in kmem map, <varname>vfs.ncsizefactor</varname>
- for size factor for namecache, and
- <varname>vfs.ncnegfactor</varname> for ratio of negative
- namecache entries have been added.</para>
-
- <para revision="212427">The &os; &man.memguard.9; framework has
- been improved to make it able to detect use-after-free of
- allocated memories over a longer time. For more details, see
- &man.memguard.9; manual page.</para>
-
- <para revision="214756"><literal>PT_LWPINFO</literal> request to
- obtain information about the kernel thread that caused the
- traced process to stop in the &man.ptrace.2; process tracing
- and debugging facility has been improved. It now reports
- system call entry and leave events, as well as availability of
- <varname>siginfo_t</varname> accompanying the reported
- signal.</para>
-
- <para revision="214254">The &os; &man.crypto.4; framework
- (opencrypto) now supports XTS-AES (XEX-TCB-CTS, or XEX-based
- Tweaked Code Book mode with CipherText Stealing), which is
- defined in IEEE Std. 1619-2007.</para>
-
- <para arch="amd64" revision="215788">Xen HVM support in
- &os;/amd64 kernel has been improved. For more details, see
- &man.xen.4; manual page.</para>
-
- <para arch="amd64,i386" revision="214784">The qpi(4) pseudo bus
- driver has been added. This supports extra PCI buses on Intel
- QPI chipsets where various hardware such as memory controllers
- for each socket is connected.</para>
+ <para></para>
<sect3 id="boot">
<title>Boot Loader Changes</title>
- <para revision="213994">&os; now fully supports GPT (GUID
- Partition Table). Checksums of primary header and primary
- partition table are verified properly now.</para>
-
- <para arch="powerpc" revision="215919,215920">Memory
- management issues that prevented &os; OpenFirmware loader
- and netbooting from working have been fixed.</para>
-
- <para revision="212717">The &man.pxeboot.8; now uses NFS
- version 3 instead of version 2 by default.</para>
+ <para></para>
</sect3>
<sect3 id="proc">
<title>Hardware Support</title>
- <para arch="amd64,i386" revision="215633">The &man.aesni.4;
- driver has been added. This supports AES accelerator on
- Intel CPUs and accelerates AES operations for
- &man.crypto.4;.</para>
-
- <para arch="amd64,i386" revision="210476">The &man.aibs.4;
- driver has been added. This supports the hardware sensors
- in ASUS motherboards and replaces the &man.acpi.aiboost.4;
- driver.</para>
-
- <para arch="amd64,i386" revision="211914">The &man.coretemp.4;
- driver now supports Xeon 5500/5600 series.</para>
-
- <para arch="powerpc" revision="215694">&os;/powerpc now
- supports the I2C bus in Apple System Management Unit.</para>
-
- <para arch="powerpc" revision="215695">A device driver that
- supports CPU temperature sensors on PowerMac 11,2 has been
- added.</para>
-
- <para revision="215482">The &man.ehci.4;, &man.ohci.4;, and
- &man.uhci.4; driver now support LOW speed BULK transfer
- mode.</para>
-
- <para arch="amd64,i386" revision="209952">The &man.ichwd.4;
- driver now supports Intel NM10 Express chipset watchdog
- timer.</para>
-
- <para revision="215036">The &man.tpm.4; driver, which supports
- Trusted Platform Module has been added.</para>
-
- <para revision="215944">The xhci(4) driver, which supports
- Extensible Host Controller Interface (xHCI) and USB 3.0, has
- been added.</para>
+ <para></para>
<sect4 id="mm">
<title>Multimedia Support</title>
- <para>The &os; Linux emulation subsystem now supports the
- <application>video4linux</application> API. This requires
- native <application>video4linux</application> hardware
- drivers such as the ones provided by <filename
- role="ports">multimedia/pwcbsd</filename> and <filename
- role="ports">multimedia/webcamd</filename>.</para>
-
- <para revision="215483">MIDI input buffer size in the
- &man.uaudio.4; driver has been changed. This fixes a
- problem where the input appears several seconds
- late.</para>
-
- <para revision="215484">An issue in the &man.uaudio.4;
- driver that prevented some USB audio devices from working
- has been fixed.</para>
+ <para></para>
</sect4>
<sect4 id="net-if">
<title>Network Interface Support</title>
- <para revision="212021">The &man.alc.4; driver now supports
- Atheros AR8151/AR8152 PCIe Gigabit/Fast Ethernet
- controllers.</para>
-
- <para revision="215003">A bug in the &man.alc.4; driver was
- fixed that could lead to a system freeze when the system
- was booted without a cable plugged in. This symptom was
- found in AR8132 on EEE PC.</para>
-
- <para revision="212011">The TX interrupt moderation timer in
- the &man.alc.4; driver has been reduced from 50ms to 1ms.
- The 50ms timer resulted in a poor UDP performance.</para>
-
- <para revision="214297,214298,214301">The &man.axe.4; driver
- has been improved for stability and better performance on
- the TX packet rate.</para>
-
- <para revision="214997">The &man.bge.4; driver now supports
- BCM5718 x2 PCI Express dual-port gigabit Ethernet
- controller family. This family is the successor to the
- BCM5714/BCM5715 family and supports IPv4/IPv6 checksum
- offloading, TSO, VLAN hardware tagging, jumbo frames,
- MSI/MSIX, IOV, RSS and TSS. The current version of the
- driver supports all hardware features except IOV and
- RSS/TSS.</para>
-
- <para revision="211367">A bug in the &man.bge.4; driver which
- prevented TSO from working in BCM57780 has been
- fixed.</para>
-
- <para revision="214700">A bug in the &man.bge.4; driver that
- could wrongly disable the TX checksum offloading feature
- as well when one tries to disable only the RX checksum
- offloading has been fixed.</para>
-
- <para revision="214714">Some improvements for reliability of
- the &man.bge.4; driver with BCM5906 controller has been
- made.</para>
-
- <para revision="214698">The &man.bge.4; driver now supports
- hardware MAC statistics in controller's internal memory
- for BCM5705 or newer Broadcom controllers. These counters
- can be accessed via &man.sysctl.8; variable
- <varname>dev.bge.<replaceable>N</replaceable>.stats.*</varname>
- and provide useful information to diagnose driver
- issues.</para>
-
- <para revision="213109">UDP checksum offloading in the
- &man.bge.4; driver has been disabled by default. This is
- because Broadcom controllers have a bug which can generate
- UDP datagrams with checksum value <literal>0</literal>
- when TX UDP checksum offloading is enabled. The checksum
- offloading can be enabled by using the following loader
- tunable:</para>
-
- <programlisting>dev.bge.<replaceable>N</replaceable>.forced_udpcsum</programlisting>
-
- <para revision="213593">A bug in the &man.bge.4; driver that
- could lead to poor performance on a system with more than
- 4 GB RAM has been fixed. The cause was that all of
- Broadcom controllers except the BCM5755 and later have a
- bug in 4 GB-boundary DMA processing and used the bounce
- buffer in an inefficient way.</para>
-
- <para revision="212275">The &man.bwi.4; driver, which supports
- Broadcom BCM430* and BCM431* family Wireless Ethernet
- controllers, has been added. This is not compiled into
- the <filename>GENERIC</filename> kernel because there are
- some problems. The kernel module
- <filename>if_bwi.ko</filename> is available and can be
- loaded without recompiling the kernel to enable this
- driver.</para>
-
- <para revision="212274">A bug in the &man.bwn.4; driver that
- prevented WPA authentication from working has been
- fixed.</para>
-
- <para revision="215499">A bug in the &man.cdce.4; driver has
- been fixed.</para>
-
- <para revision="211848">The &man.cxgb.4; driver now supports
- the following new &man.sysctl.8; variables:
- <varname>hw.cxgb.nfilters</varname> sets the maximum
- number of entries in the hardware filter table,
- <varname>dev.cxgbc.<replaceable>N</replaceable>.pkt_timestamp</varname>
- provides packet timestamp instead of connection hash, and
- <varname>dev.cxgbc.<replaceable>N</replaceable>.core_clock</varname>
- provides the core clock frequency in kHz.</para>
-
- <para>The &man.em.4; driver has been updated to version
- 7.1.9.</para>
-
- <para>The &man.igb.4; driver has been updated to version
- 2.0.7.</para>
-
- <para revision="209309">The &man.em.4; and &man.igb.4; drivers
- now provide statistics counters as &man.sysctl.8; MIB
- objects.</para>
-
- <para revision="211241">The &man.em.4; and &man.igb.4; drivers
- now support the &man.led.4; interface via
- <filename>/dev/led/em<replaceable>N</replaceable></filename>
- and
- <filename>/dev/led/igb<replaceable>N</replaceable></filename>
- for identification LED control. The following command
- line makes the LED blink on <literal>em0</literal>:</para>
-
- <screen>&prompt.root; echo f2 &gt; /dev/led/em0</screen>
-
- <para revision="212150">The &man.epair.4; virtual Ethernet
- interface driver now supports explicit UP/DOWN linkstate.
- This fixes an issue when it is used with the &man.carp.4;
- protocol.</para>
-
- <para revision="214717">The &man.fxp.4; driver now supports
- TSO over VLAN on i82550 and i82551 controllers.</para>
-
- <para revision="210673">The &man.iwn.4; driver now supports
- Intel Wireless WiFi Link 6000 series. The firmware has
- been updated to version 9.221.4.1.</para>
-
- <para revision="212386">The &man.ixgbe.4;
- driver is now also provided as a kernel module.</para>
-
- <para revision="209308,215970,217593">The &man.ixgbe.4;
- driver has been updated to version 2.3.8. It now supports
- 82599, better interrupt handling, hardware assist to LRO,
- VM SRIOV interface, and so on.</para>
-
- <para
- revision="211379,215881,215890,2105894,216002,216023,216029,216031,216033">The
- &man.miibus.4; has been rewritten for the generic IEEE
- 802.3 annex 31B full duplex flow control support. The
- &man.alc.4;, &man.bge.4;, &man.bce.4;, &man.cas.4;,
- &man.fxp.4;, &man.gem.4;, &man.jme.4;, &man.msk.4;,
- &man.nfe.4;, &man.re.4;, &man.stge.4;, and &man.xl.4;
- drivers along with atphy(4), bmtphy(4), brgphy(4),
- e1000phy(4), gentbi(4), inphy(4), ip1000phy(4), jmphy(4),
- nsgphy(4), nsphyter(4), and &man.rgephy.4; have been
- updated to support flow control via this facility.</para>
-
- <para revision="212386">The &man.mwlfw.4;
- driver is now also provided as a kernel module.</para>
-
- <para revision="216054">A bug in the &man.mxge.4; driver
- that prevented TSO from working has been fixed.</para>
-
- <para revision="215456">The &man.nfe.4; driver now supports
- WoL (Wake on LAN).</para>
-
- <para revision="215218">The &man.re.4; driver now supports
- 64-bit DMA addressing for RTL810xE/RTL8168/RTL8111 PCIe
- controllers.</para>
-
- <para revision="215405">The &man.re.4; driver now supports
- hardware interrupt moderation of TX completion interrupts
- on RTL8169/RTL8168 controllers.</para>
-
- <para revision="211377">The &man.rl.4; driver now supports WoL
- (Wake on LAN) on RTL8139B or newer controllers.</para>
-
- <para revision="215222">The &man.rl.4; driver now supports
- reading hardware statistics counters by setting a
- &man.sysctl.8; variable
- <varname>dev.rl.<replaceable>N</replaceable>.stats</varname>
- to <literal>1</literal>.</para>
-
- <para revision="212039">The &man.rl.4; driver now supports a
- device hint to change a way of register access. Although
- some newer RTL8139 controllers support memory-mapped
- register access, it is difficult to detect the support
- automatically. For this reason the driver uses I/O
- mapping by default and provides the following device hint.
- If it is set to <literal>0</literal>, the driver uses
- memory mapping for register access.</para>
-
- <programlisting>hint.rl.<replaceable>N</replaceable>.prefer_iomap="0"</programlisting>
-
- <para>Note that the default value is <literal>1</literal>.</para>
-
- <para revision="214407">The &man.rl.4; driver has improved
- interrupt handling. It now has better TX performance
- under high RX load.</para>
-
- <para revision="215216">A bug in the &man.sk.4; driver has
- been fixed. It did not program the station address for
- Yukon controllers and overriding the station address with
- &man.ifconfig.8; was not possible.</para>
-
- <para revision="211359">The &man.sk.4; driver now disables TX
- checksum offloading by default. This is because some
- revisions of the Yukon controller generate corrupted frames.
- The checksum offloading can be enabled manually by using
- <option>txcsum</option> option in the &man.ifconfig.8;
- utility.</para>
-
- <para revision="212468,213612,213628">The &man.sis.4; driver
- now works on all supported platforms. Some stability and
- performance issues have also been fixed.</para>
-
- <para revision="213637">The &man.sis.4; driver now supports
- WoL (Wake on LAN) on NS DP8315 controller.</para>
-
- <para revision="213626">A tunable
- <varname>dev.sis.<replaceable>N</replaceable>.manual_pad</varname>
- for the &man.sis.4; driver has been added. This controls
- whether padding with 0x00 for short frames is done by CPU,
- rather than the controller. The reason why this tunable
- has been added is that NS DP83815/DP83816 pads them with
- 0xff though RFC 1042 specifies it should be 0x00. The
- tunable is disabled by default, which means padding with
- 0xff is used because padding with 0x00 by software needs
- extra CPU cycles. Enabling <varname>manual_pad</varname>,
- by setting this &man.sysctl.8; variable to a non-zero
- value, forces the use of software padding.</para>
-
- <para revision="211357">The &man.ste.4; driver now supports
- a device hint to change the device register access mode.
- The driver uses memory-mapped register access by default,
- but this caused stability problems with some old IC Plus
- Corp (formerly Sundace) controllers. The following device
- hint makes the driver use I/O mapping for register
- access:</para>
-
- <programlisting>hint.ste.<replaceable>N</replaceable>.prefer_iomap="1"</programlisting>
-
- <para revision="213120">The &man.xl.4; driver now supports
- WoL (Wake on LAN). Note that not all controllers support
- this functionality and some need an additional remote
- wakeup cable.</para>
+ <para></para>
</sect4>
</sect3>
<sect3 id="net-proto">
<title>Network Protocols</title>
- <para revision="213505">An issue in the &man.carp.4; pseudo
- interface and linkstate changes of the underlying interfaces
- has been fixed. This happened when a &man.carp.4; interface
- was created before the underlying interface and its
- linkstate became <literal>UP</literal>.</para>
-
- <para revision="212738,216348">A bug in the &man.ipfw.4;
- packet filter subsystem has been fixed. The &man.sysctl.8;
- variable <varname>net.inet.ip.fw.one_pass</varname> did not
- work for <literal>netgraph</literal> action and in-kernel
- NAT.</para>
-
- <para revision="215342">A new loader tunable
- <varname>net.link.ifqmaxlen</varname> has been added. It
- specifies the default value of send interface queue length.
- The default value for this parameter is
- <varname>50</varname>.</para>
-
- <para revision="212742">The <literal>ngtee</literal> action in
- the &man.ipfw.4; packet filter subsystem has been changed.
- It no longer accepts a packet.</para>
-
- <para revision="214108">A possible panic in the &man.ipfw.4;
- pseudo interface for logging has been fixed.</para>
-
- <para revision="209691">IPsec flow distribution has been
- improved for more parallel processing.</para>
-
- <para revision="209277">A bug in the &os; IPv4 stack that
- prevented adding a proxy ARP entry over &man.netgraph.4;
- interfaces has been fixed.</para>
-
- <para revision="211435">A bug in the &os; IPv6 stack that
- prevented an <option>-I</option> in the &man.ping6.8;
- utility from working with
- <varname>net.inet6.ip6.use_defaultzone=1</varname> has been
- fixed.</para>
-
- <para revision="214111">The &man.lagg.4; interface now
- supports a &man.sysctl.8; variable
- <varname>net.link.lagg.failover_rx_all</varname>. This
- controls whether to accept input packets on any link in a
- failover lagg.</para>
-
- <para revision="215869">The &man.ng.eiface.4; &man.netgraph.4;
- node now supports VLAN-compatible MTU and an MTU size which
- is larger than 1500.</para>
-
- <para revision="212320">The &man.ng.ether.4; &man.netgraph.4;
- node now supports interface transfer between multiple virtual
- network stacks by &man.ifconfig.8; <command>vnet</command>
- command. A &man.ng.ether.4; node associated with a network
- interface is now destroyed and recreated when the network
- interface is moved to another vnet.</para>
-
- <para revision="209843">A new &man.netgraph.4; node
- &man.ng.patch.4; has been added. This performs data
- modification of packets passing through. Modifications are
- restricted to a subset of C language operations on unsigned
- integers of 8, 16, 32 or 64-bit size.</para>
-
- <para revision="212905">An ICMP unreachable problem in the
- &man.pf.4; packet filter subsystem when TSO support is
- enabled has been fixed.</para>
-
- <para revision="211538">The TCP bandwidth delay product window
- limiting algorithm controlled by the &man.sysctl.8; variable
- <varname>net.inet.tcp.inflight.enable</varname> is now
- disabled by default. It has been found that this algorithm
- is inefficient on a fast network with smaller RTT than 10ms.
- It had been enabled by default since 5.2-RELEASE, and then
- had been disabled only if the RTT was lesser than 10ms since
- 7.0-RELEASE. Pluggable TCP congestion control algorithm
- modules are planned to be added for the future
- releases.</para>
-
- <para revision="211602">A bug in &os; TCP Path MTU discovery
- which could lead to a wrong calculation for an MTU smaller
- than 256 octets has been fixed. Note that this bug did not
- affect MTUs equal to or larger than 256 octets.</para>
-
- <para revision="214865,214866">The &os; TCP reassembly
- implementation has been improved. A long-standing
- accounting bug affecting SMP systems has been fixed and the
- <varname>net.inet.tcp.reass.maxqlen</varname> &man.sysctl.8;
- variable has been retired in favor of a per-connection
- dynamic limit based on the receive socket buffer size. &os;
- receivers now handle packet loss (particularly losses caused
- by queue overflows) significantly better than before which
- improves connection throughput.</para>
-
- <para revision="211870">The TCP initial window increase in RFC
- 3390 which can be controlled by a &man.sysctl.8; variable
- <varname>net.inet.tcp.rfc3390</varname> now reduces the
- congestion window to the restart window if a TCP connection
- has been idle for one retransmit timeout or more. For more
- details, see RFC 5681 Section 4.1.</para>
-
- <para revision="214859">The &man.siftr.4;, Statistical
- Information For TCP Research (SIFTR) kernel module has been
- added. This is a facility that logs a range of statistics
- on active TCP connections to a log file. It provides the
- ability to make highly granular measurements of TCP
- connection state, aimed at system administrators, developers
- and researchers.</para>
-
- <para revision="212319">&os; virtual network stack (vnet) now
- supports IPv4 multicast routing.</para>
+ <para></para>
</sect3>
<sect3 id="disks">
<title>Disks and Storage</title>
- <para revision="211458">The &man.ahci.4; driver now disables NCQ
- and PMP support on VIA VT8251 because they are unreliable
- under load.</para>
-
- <para revision="211718">The &man.ahci.4; driver now uses 15
- seconds for device reset timeout instead of 10 seconds
- because some devices need 10 - 12 seconds to spin up.</para>
-
- <para revision="215825">The &man.arcmsr.4; driver
- has been updated to version 1.20.00.19.</para>
-
- <para revision="215173">The &man.ada.4; driver now supports a
- new &man.sysctl.8; variable
- <varname>kern.cam.ada.spindown_shutdown</varname> which
- controls whether or not to spin-down disks when shutting
- down if the device supports the functionality. The default
- value is <literal>1</literal>.</para>
-
- <para revision="210164">The &man.ata.4; driver
- now supports limiting initial ATA mode for devices via
- device hints
- <varname>hint.<replaceable>devname</replaceable>.<replaceable>unit</replaceable>.dev<replaceable>N</replaceable
- >.mode</varname> or
- <varname>hint.<replaceable>devname</replaceable>.<replaceable>unit</replaceable>.mode</varname>.
- The valid values are the same as ones supported in the
- &man.atacontrol.8; and &man.camcontrol.8; utilities.</para>
-
- <para revision="210204">The &man.ata.4; driver now disables
- cable status check on both controller and device side
- when the loader tunable
- <varname>hw.ata.ata_dma_check_80pin</varname> is
- <literal>0</literal>. The check on controller side was
- performed regardless of this loader tunable.</para>
-
- <para revision="215777">The &man.ata.4; driver now reports
- SATA power management capabilities to the &man.CAM.4; layer when
- <option>ATA_CAM</option> is enabled. This allows a device
- to initiate transitions if controller configured to accept
- it. This makes
- <varname>hint.ata.<replaceable>N</replaceable>.pm_level=1</varname>
- mode work.</para>
-
- <para revision="214671">The &man.ata.4; driver has been
- improved on hotplugging and connection speed reporting
- support for some Intel SATA controllers including ICH5 and
- ICH8+ operating in legacy mode.</para>
-
- <para revision="213291">An issue of device detection of
- Serverworks K2 SATA controllers in the &man.ata.4; has been fixed.</para>
-
- <para revision="214667">A bug in the &man.ata.4; driver that
- prevented some Silicon Image chipsets from working on big
- endian systems has been fixed.</para>
-
- <para revision="214330">The &man.gconcat.8; GEOM class now
- supports kernel crash dump. The dumping is performed to the
- component where a dump partition begins.</para>
-
- <para revision="214405">A bug in the &man.geli.8; GEOM class
- on little endian platforms has been fixed. The metadata
- version for newly created providers has been updated to
- <literal>4</literal> due to this. Providers with the older
- versions are fully interoperable with 8.2-RELEASE and later
- by being treated as ones with the native byte order flag
- automatically.</para>
-
- <para revision="214405">The &man.geli.8; GEOM class now
- supports a &man.sysctl.8; variable
- <varname>kern.geom.eli.overwrites</varname>. This specifies
- the number of times on-disk keys should be overwritten when
- destroying them. The default value is
- <literal>5</literal>.</para>
-
- <para revision="214405">The &man.geli.8; GEOM class has been
- improved for preventing the same encryption key from being
- used in 2^20 blocks (sectors).</para>
-
- <para revision="214405">The &man.geli.8; GEOM class now uses
- XTS-AES mode by default.</para>
-
- <para revision="214405">A &man.sysctl.8; variable
- <varname>kern.geom.eli.debug</varname> now allows a value
- <literal>-1</literal>. This means turn off any log messages
- of the &man.geli.8; GEOM class.</para>
-
- <para revision="210376">The &man.mpt.4; driver now supports
- larger I/O sizes which the device and &man.CAM.4; subsystem
- can support. This was limited to 64KB, and the number of
- scatter/gather segments was limited to 33 on platforms with
- 4K pages.</para>
-
- <para revision="209404">The &man.twa.4;
- driver has been updated. The version number is
- 3.80.06.003.</para>
+ <para></para>
</sect3>
<sect3 id="fs">
<title>File Systems</title>
- <para revision="214050">The &man.linprocfs.5; Linux process
- file system now supports
- <filename>proc/$$/environment</filename>.</para>
-
- <para revision="212716">The &os; NFS client now supports a
- kernel environment variable
- <varname>boot.nfsroot.nfshandlelen</varname>. This lets the
- diskless root file system on boot to use NFS version 3 and
- the specified file handle length. If this variable is not
- set, NFS version 2 is used.</para>
-
- <para revision="212668">The ZFS on-disk format has been updated
- to version 15.</para>
-
- <para revision="212671">The ZFS metaslab code has been updated.
- This provides a noticeable improvement on write speed,
- especially on pools with less than 30% of free space. The
- related OpenSolaris Bug IDs are 6826241, 6869229, 6918420,
- and 6917066.</para>
-
- <para revision="214013">The ZFS now supports offlining of log
- devices. The related OpenSolaris Bug IDs are 6599442,
- 6726045, and 6803605.</para>
-
- <para revision="212672">Performance improvements for the ZFS
- have been imported from OpenSolaris. They include caching of
- ACL permission checks, faster handling of &man.stat.2;,
- mitigation of mutex lock contention. The related
- OpenSolaris Bug IDs are 6802734, 6844861, 6848431, 6775100,
- 6827779, 6857433, 6860318, 6865875, 6867395, 6868276, and
- 6870564.</para>
-
- <para revision="210541">The default value of
- <varname>vfs.zfs.vdev.max_pending</varname> has been
- decreased from 35 to 10 (OpenSolaris Bug ID is 6891731) to
- improve latency.</para>
-
- <para>Various bugs in the ZFS subsystem have been fixed. The
- related OpenSolaris Bug IDs are: 6328632, 6396518, 6501037,
- 6504953, 6542860, 6551866, 6572357, 6572376, 6582163,
- 6586537, 6595194, 6596237, 6604992, 6621164, 6623978,
- 6633095, 6635482, 6664765, 6674216, 6696242, 6696858,
- 6702206, 6710376, 6713916, 6717022, 6722540, 6722991,
- 6737463, 6739487, 6739553, 6740164, 6745863, 6747596,
- 6747698, 6748436, 6755435, 6757430, 6758107, 6759986,
- 6759999, 6761100, 6761406, 6764124, 6765294, 6767129,
- 6769612, 6770866, 6774713, 6774886, 6775697, 6776104,
- 6776548, 6780491, 6784104, 6784108, 6785914, 6788152,
- 6788830, 6789318, 6790064, 6790345, 6790687, 6791064,
- 6791066, 6791071, 6791101, 6792134, 6792139, 6792884,
- 6793430, 6794136, 6794570, 6794830, 6797109, 6797118,
- 6798384, 6798878, 6799895, 6800184, 6800942, 6801507,
- 6801810, 6803343, 6803822, 6804954, 6807339, 6807765,
- 6809340, 6809683, 6809691, 6810367, 6815592, 6815893,
- 6816124, 6818183, 6821169, 6821170, 6822816, 6824006,
- 6824062, 6824968, 6826466, 6826468, 6826469, 6826470,
- 6826471, 6826472, 6827260, 6830237, 6830541, 6833162,
- 6833711, 6833999, 6834217, 6836714, 6836768, 6838062,
- 6838344, 6841321, 6843014, 6843069, 6843235, 6844069,
- 6844900, 6847229, 6848242, 6856634, 6857012, 6861983,
- 6862984, 6863610, 6870564, 6880764, 6882227, 6892298,
- 6898245, 6906110, 6906946, 6939941, 6950219, 6951024, and
- 6953403.</para>
+ <para></para>
</sect3>
</sect2>
<sect2 id="userland">
<title>Userland Changes</title>
- <para revision="209267">The &man.arp.8; utility has been improved.
- It now runs faster even when a single interface has a number
- of aliases.</para>
-
- <para revision="214729">A bug in the &man.b64decode.1; utility that
- prevented an <option>-r</option> option from handling arbitrary
- breaks in a base64 encoded string has been fixed.</para>
-
- <para revision="211723">The &man.calendar.1; utility now supports
- repeating events which span multiple years, lunar events, and
- solar events.</para>
-
- <para revision="210915">The &man.dhclient.8; utility now reports a
- reason for exiting and the 10-second period in which the
- &man.dhclient.8; ignores routing messages has been changed to
- start just after <filename>dhclient-script</filename> starts
- instead of just after it finished. This change fixes a
- symptom that &man.dhclient.8; silently exits under a certain
- condition.</para>
-
- <para revision="214983">Userland support for the &man.dtrace.1;
- subsystem has been added. This allows inspection of userland
- software itself and its correlation with the kernel, thus
- allowing a much better picture of what exactly is going on
- behind the scenes. The &man.dtruss.1; utility has been added
- and the <filename>libproc</filename> library has been updated
- to support the facility.</para>
-
- <para revision="209362">The &man.du.1; utility now supports a
- <option>-t <replaceable>threshold</replaceable></option>
- option to display entries that exceeds the value of
- <replaceable>threshold</replaceable>. If the value is
- negative, it displays entries with a value less than the
- absolute value of <replaceable>threshold</replaceable>.</para>
-
- <para revision="215667">The &man.fdisk.8; utility now supports
- partitions which are provided by &man.gjournal.8; or
- &man.geli.8; GEOM classes.</para>
-
- <para revision="210567">The &man.gcore.1; utility now supports an
- <option>-f</option> flag which forces a full dump of all the
- segments except for the malformed ones.</para>
-
- <para revision="214405">The &man.geli.8; utility now supports
- <command>resize</command> subcommand to resize encrypted file
- systems after growing it.</para>
-
- <para revision="214405">The &man.geli.8; utility now supports
- <command>suspend</command> and <command>resume</command>
- subcommands. The <command>suspend</command> subcommand makes
- &man.geli.8; devices wait for all in-flight I/O requests,
- suspend new I/O requests, remove all &man.geli.8; sensitive
- data from the kernel memory (like encryption keys) and will
- wait for either <command>geli resume</command> or
- <command>geli detach</command> command. For more
- information, see &man.geli.8; manual page.</para>
-
- <para revision="214405">The &man.geli.8; utility now checks the
- metadata provider size strictly. If the check fails, the
- provider is not attached. A new option <option>-f</option>
- can override this behavior.</para>
-
- <para revision="214405">The &man.geli.8; utility now supports
- <option>-J <replaceable>newpassfile</replaceable></option> and
- <option>-j <replaceable>oldpassfile</replaceable></option>
- options for loading passphrase from a file.</para>
-
- <para revision="211938">The <function>gethost*()</function>,
- <function>getnet*()</function>, and
- <function>getproto*()</function> functions now set the errno
- to <literal>ERANGE</literal> and the NSS backend terminates
- with <literal>NS_RETURN</literal> when the result buffer size
- is too small.</para>
-
- <para revision="209497">The &man.gpart.8; utility now supports a
- <command>resize</command> command to resize partitions for all
- schemes but EBR.</para>
-
- <para revision="215941">The &man.gpart.8; utility now supports
- <command>backup</command> and <command>restore</command>
- subcommands to backup partition tables and restore
- them.</para>
-
- <para revision="213661">The &man.gpart.8; utility now handles
- given geom/provider names with and without
- <filename>/dev/</filename> prefix.</para>
-
- <para revision="213684">The &man.gpart.8; utility now supports
- an <option>-F</option> option for the
- <command>destroy</command> subcommand. This option forces
- destroying of the partition table even if it is not
- empty.</para>
-
- <para revision="213684">The &man.gpart.8; utility now supports a
- <command>recover</command> subcommand for GPT partition
- tables. A corrupted GPT is now marked when the following
- three types of corruption:</para>
-
- <itemizedlist>
- <listitem>
- <para>Primary GPT header or table is corrupted.</para>
- </listitem>
-
- <listitem>
- <para>Secondary GPT header or table is corrupted.</para>
- </listitem>
-
- <listitem>
- <para>Secondary GPT header is not located at the last LBA.</para>
- </listitem>
- </itemizedlist>
-
- <para>Changes to the corrupted GPT table are not allowed except
- for <command>destroy</command> and <command>recover</command>
- subcommands.</para>
-
- <para revision="213994">The &man.gpart.8; utility now supports
- <literal>GPT_ENT_ATTR_BOOTME</literal>,
- <literal>GPT_ENT_ATTR_BOOTONCE</literal>, and
- <literal>GPT_ENT_ATTR_BOOTFAILED</literal> attributes in GPT.
- The attribute keywords in the command line are
- <literal>bootme</literal>, <literal>bootonce</literal>, and
- <literal>bootfailed</literal> respectively.</para>
-
- <para revision="215728">An issue in the &man.newfs.8; utility
- has been fixed. A UFS1 file system created with 64KB
- blocksize was incorrectly recognized as one with a broken
- superblock. This is because the &os; kernel checks a
- partition first for a UFS2 superblock at 64KB offset while it
- is possible that a UFS1 file systems with 64KB blocksize has
- an alternative superblock at the same location. For example,
- a file system created by <command>newfs -U -O 1 -b 65536 -f
- 8192</command> could lead to this symptom.</para>
-
- <para revision="213049">The &man.hastd.8; utility now supports
- <literal>SIGHUP</literal> for reloading the configuration
- file. When <literal>SIGTERM</literal> or
- <literal>SIGINT</literal> is received, the worker processes
- terminate.</para>
-
- <para revision="212144">The &man.ifconfig.8; utility now check an
- invalid CIDR subnet notation more strictly. It wrongly
- accepted <literal>10.0.0.1/10.0.0.1</literal> as
- <literal>10.0.0.1/10</literal>.</para>
-
- <para revision="215237">An accuracy issue in the &man.jn.3; and
- &man.jnf.3; functions in <filename>libm</filename> has been
- fixed.</para>
-
- <para revision="209284">Incorrect behaviors in stuttering
- sequences and reverse ranges in the &man.jot.1; utility have
- been fixed.</para>
-
- <para revision="213667">The <filename>libarchive</filename>
- library and &man.tar.1; utility now support LZMA
- (Lempel-Ziv-Markov chain-Algorithm) compression format.</para>
-
- <para revision="215229">The &man.tar.1; utility now supports a
- blocksize which is up to <literal>8192</literal> (4MB) in the
- <option>-b <replaceable>blocksize</replaceable></option>
- option.</para>
-
- <para revision="214442">A bug in the &man.lpr.1; utility that
- prevented it from working with some files on a ZFS file system
- has been fixed.</para>
-
- <para revision="213978">The <option>-p</option> option in the
- &man.mount.8; utility now displays the <literal>rw</literal>
- mount option correctly as in the &man.fstab.5; format.</para>
-
- <para revision="213889">The &man.ncal.1; utility has been
- updated. The option <option>-b</option> has been replaced
- with <option>-C</option> and <option>-B
- <replaceable>number</replaceable></option>. Options
- <option>-3</option> to show previous, current and next month, and
- <option>-A <replaceable>number</replaceable></option> to show
- months after current month have been added. The option
- <option>-m <replaceable>N</replaceable>
- <replaceable>YYYY</replaceable></option> now prints only the
- month, not the whole year.</para>
-
- <para revision="211699">The &man.newsyslog.8; utility now supports
- an <option>-S <replaceable>pidfile</replaceable></option>
- option to override the default &man.syslogd.8; PID
- file.</para>
-
- <para revision="215622">The &man.newsyslog.8; utility now
- supports a special log file name
- <literal>&lt;include&gt;</literal> for processing file
- inclusion. Globbing in the file name and circular dependency
- detection are supported. For more details, see
- the &man.newsyslog.conf.5; manual page.</para>
-
- <para revision="213980">The &man.ntpd.8; utility is now compiled
- with shared memory reference clock driver. For example, GPS
- devices can be used as source of precise time via <filename
- role="ports">astro/gpsd</filename> in the Ports
- Collection.</para>
-
- <para revision="212848">An off-by-one error in the &man.pax.1;
- utility when ustar file name is too long has been
- fixed.</para>
-
- <para revision="209912">The &man.pkill.1; utility now supports
- an <option>-l</option> option like the &man.kill.1; utility
- does.</para>
-
- <para revision="211098">The &man.pmcstat.8; utility now supports a
- file and a network socket as a top source. A new option
- <option>-O <replaceable>filename</replaceable></option>
- specifies to send log output to
- <replaceable>filename</replaceable>, and another new option
- <option>-R <replaceable>filename</replaceable></option>
- specifies to receive events from
- <replaceable>filename</replaceable>. For a socket, the
- <replaceable>filename</replaceable> is in a form of
- <replaceable>ipaddr:port</replaceable>. This allows top
- monitoring over TCP on a system with no local symbols, for
- example.</para>
-
- <para revision="210089">The &man.pom.6; utility now
- supports a <option>-p</option> flag to print only the
- percentage.</para>
-
- <para revision="212472">The &man.powerd.8; utility now supports
- an <option>-m <replaceable>freq</replaceable></option> and
- <option>-M <replaceable>freq</replaceable></option> to control
- the minimum and maximum frequency, respectively.</para>
-
- <para revision="213825">The &man.ruptime.1; utility now displays
- hostnames longer than 12 characters.</para>
-
- <para revision="215066">A behavior of the &man.sh.1; program
- when an <option>-u</option> option is specified has been
- changed. The special parameters <varname>$@</varname> and
- <varname>$*</varname> no longer cause an error when there are
- no positional parameters.</para>
-
- <para revision="210616">A bug in the &man.sh.1; program has been
- fixed. A <literal>SIGINT</literal> signal is now passed
- through from a child process if the shell is interactive and
- the job control is enabled. For example, aborting
- &man.sleep.1; command by Ctrl-C no longer display
- <literal>ok</literal> in the following command line:</para>
-
- <screen>&prompt.user; sleep 5; echo ok</screen>
-
- <para revision="210732">The &man.sh.1; program now supports a
- <command>bg</command> command consisting solely of
- redirections. For example:</para>
-
- <screen>&prompt.user; &lt; /dev/null &amp;</screen>
-
- <para revision="211536">The &man.sleep.1; utility now supports
- the <literal>SIGINFO</literal> signal and reports the specified
- sleep time and the remaining time.</para>
-
- <para revision="213036,213038">The &man.tftp.1; and &man.tftpd.8;
- utilities have been improved for better interoperability and
- they now support RFC 1350, 2347, 2348, 2349, and 3617.</para>
-
- <para revision="213899">A bug in <literal>[=]=]</literal>
- equivalent class handling in the &man.tr.1; utility has been
- fixed. A closing bracket immediately after
- <literal>[=</literal> was incorrectly treated as
- special.</para>
-
- <para revision="210566">The &man.uname.1; utility now supports an
- <option>-o</option> flag as a synonym for the
- <option>-s</option> flag for compatibility with other
- systems.</para>
-
- <para revision="211060">Bugs in &man.vi.1; utility have been
- fixed. They include handling of <literal>^@</literal> and
- <literal>^C</literal> in insert mode when reading an ex
- command.</para>
-
- <para revision="214345">The &man.watchdogd.8; program now uses
- <literal>MADV_PROTECT</literal> memory flag to protect itself
- from being terminated by the &os; kernel when available memory
- becomes short. This kind of process termination happens in a
- swap-intensive workload.</para>
-
- <para revision="209870">The <command>set sharenfs</command>
- command in the &man.zfs.8; utility now supports
- <option>sec</option> option.</para>
+ <para></para>
<sect3 id="periodic-scripts">
<title><filename>/etc/periodic</filename> Scripts</title>
- <para>A periodic script for <command>zfs scrub</command> has
- been added. For more details, see &man.periodic.conf.5;
- manual page.</para>
+ <para></para>
+ </sect3>
- <para>A periodic script which can be used to find installed
- ports' files with mismatched checksum has been added. For more
- details, see the &man.periodic.conf.5; manual page.</para>
+ <sect3 id="rc-scripts">
+ <title><filename>/etc/rc.d</filename> Scripts</title>
+
+ <para></para>
</sect3>
</sect2>
<sect2 id="contrib">
<title>Contributed Software</title>
- <para>The <application>ACPI-CA</application> has been updated to
- 20101013.</para>
-
- <para revision="214287">The &man.ee.1; program has been updated
- to version 1.5.2.</para>
-
- <para><application>ISC BIND</application> has been updated to
- version 9.6-ESV-R3.</para>
-
- <para><application>netcat</application> has been updated to
- version 4.8.</para>
-
- <para><application>OpenSSL</application> has been updated to
- version 0.9.8q.</para>
-
- <para><application>sendmail</application> has been updated to
- version 8.14.5.</para>
-
- <para>The <application>timezone</application> database has been
- updated to the <application>tzdata2010o</application>
- release.</para>
-
- <para>The <application>xz</application> has been updated
- from snapshot as of 12 April 2010 to 5.0.0 release</para>
+ <para></para>
</sect2>
<sect2 id="ports">
<title>Ports/Packages Collection Infrastructure</title>
- <para revision="215738">The &man.pkg.create.1; utility now supports LZMA
- (<application>xz</application>) compression. Note that the
- default is still <application>bzip2</application>.</para>
+ <para></para>
</sect2>
<sect2 id="releng">
<title>Release Engineering and Integration</title>
- <para revision="211007">The &man.sysinstall.8; utility now uses
- the following numbers for default and minimum partition sizes:
- 1GB for <filename>/</filename>, 4GB for
- <filename>/var</filename>, and 1GB for
- <filename>/tmp</filename>.</para>
-
- <para revision="211009">The &man.sysinstall.8; utility now
- attempts to enable &man.getty.8; on a serial port when no VGA
- card is detected on the system.</para>
-
- <para>The supported version of
- the <application>GNOME</application> desktop environment
- (<filename role="package">x11/gnome2</filename>) has been
- updated to 2.32.1.</para>
-
- <para>The supported version of
- the <application>KDE</application> desktop environment
- (<filename role="package">x11/kde4</filename>) has been
- updated to 4.5.5.</para>
+ <para></para>
</sect2>
</sect1>
diff --git a/release/doc/share/examples/Makefile.relnotesng b/release/doc/share/examples/Makefile.relnotesng
index 4f97ee5a1b75..2f1741ed8aee 100644
--- a/release/doc/share/examples/Makefile.relnotesng
+++ b/release/doc/share/examples/Makefile.relnotesng
@@ -12,7 +12,7 @@ UNITEXTS= hardware readme relnotes errata
IMAGEDIR= .imagedir
RHOST= freefall.freebsd.org
-RDIR= public_html/relnotes/CURRENT
+RDIR= public_html/relnotes/RELENG_8_3
DOCDIR= ./release/doc
LANG= en_US.ISO8859-1
diff --git a/release/doc/share/sgml/release.ent b/release/doc/share/sgml/release.ent
index 4c88b1a687de..ca3dc24e2bc8 100644
--- a/release/doc/share/sgml/release.ent
+++ b/release/doc/share/sgml/release.ent
@@ -6,15 +6,15 @@
<!-- Version of the OS we're describing. This needs to be updated
with each new release. -->
-<!ENTITY release.current "8.2-RELEASE">
+<!ENTITY release.current "8.3-RELEASE">
<!-- The previous version used for comparison in the "What's New"
section. For -CURRENT, we might point back to the last
branchpoint. -->
-<!ENTITY release.prev "8.1-RELEASE">
+<!ENTITY release.prev "8.2-RELEASE">
<!-- The next version to be released, usually used for snapshots. -->
-<!ENTITY release.next "8.3-RELEASE">
+<!ENTITY release.next "8.4-RELEASE">
<!-- The name of this branch. -->
<!ENTITY release.branch "8.2-STABLE">
@@ -31,10 +31,10 @@
<!-- The manpaths for man page references -->
<!ENTITY release.man.url "http://www.FreeBSD.org/cgi/man.cgi">
-<!ENTITY release.manpath.xorg "7.5">
+<!ENTITY release.manpath.xorg "7.5.1">
<!ENTITY release.manpath.netbsd "5.1">
<!ENTITY release.manpath.freebsd-ports "Ports">
-<!ENTITY release.manpath.freebsd "8.2-RELEASE">
+<!ENTITY release.manpath.freebsd "8.3-RELEASE">
<!-- Text constants which probably don't need to be changed.-->