Kernel route syncer now supports dynamic reconfiguration. Also it doesn'tdepend on the startup counter hack now and uses a zero-time timer insteadto make itself scheduled after normal protocol startup.
Rewrote the kernel syncer. The old layering was horrible.
The new kernel syncer is cleanly split between generic UNIX moduleand OS dependent submodules:
- krt.c (the generic part) - krt-iface (low-level functions for interface handling) - krt-scan (low-level functions for routing table scanning)...
When shutting down, remove all routes (except for RTS_INHERIT and RTS_DEVICEroutes) from kernel routing tables unless the "persist" switch is set.
Synced kernel interface to new interface.
Rewritten kernel syncer. Now uses the rta trickery I've introduced yesterdayand does things "the right way". Few things are still missing (deviceroutes etc.), I'll add them later in the evening.
Basic kernel routing table syncing implemented. Learning of routes installedby other programs or the kernel itself is not supported yet, but it's notneeded for development of other protocols.
Since almost every UNIX system requires different techniques for readingthe kernel routing table as opposed to modifying it which is approximatelythe same on non-netlink systems, I've split the kernel routing tableroutines to read and write parts. To be implemented later ;-)