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Page 1 - Page 2 - accept_filter: filter incoming connections - accf_data: buffer incoming connections until data arrives - accf_dns: buffer incoming DNS requests until the whole first request is... - accf_http: buffer incoming connections until a certain complete HTTP... - acinclude: autoconf macros - acl: virtual file system access control lists - alloc_unr: kernel unit number allocator - alloc_unrl: kernel unit number allocator - alq: Asynchronous Logging Queues - alq_close: Asynchronous Logging Queues - alq_flush: Asynchronous Logging Queues - alq_get: Asynchronous Logging Queues - alq_open: Asynchronous Logging Queues - alq_post: Asynchronous Logging Queues - alq_write: Asynchronous Logging Queues - altq: kernel interfaces for manipulating output queues on network... - arc4rand: supply pseudo - arc4random: supply pseudo - atomic: atomic operations - atomic_add: atomic operations - atomic_clear: atomic operations - atomic_cmpset: atomic operations - atomic_fetchadd: atomic operations - atomic_load: atomic operations - atomic_readandclear: atomic operations - atomic_set: atomic operations - atomic_store: atomic operations - atomic_subtract: atomic operations - basis: polynomial basis - baycom: amateur (AX.25) packet radio network driver for baycom modems - be16dec: byte order operations - be16enc: byte order operations - be16toh: byte order operations - be32dec: byte order operations - be32enc: byte order operations - be32toh: byte order operations - be64dec: byte order operations - be64enc: byte order operations - be64toh: byte order operations - bintime: get the current time - binuptime: get the time elapsed since boot - bios: interact with PC BIOS - boot: halt or reboot the system - boottime: system time variables - bp: kernel buffer I/O scheme used in FreeBSD VM system - bpf: Berkeley Packet Filter - bpfattach: Berkeley Packet Filter - bpfattach2: Berkeley Packet Filter - bpfdetach: Berkeley Packet Filter - bpf_filter: Berkeley Packet Filter - bpf_mtap: Berkeley Packet Filter - bpf_mtap2: Berkeley Packet Filter - bpf_tap: Berkeley Packet Filter - bpf_validate: Berkeley Packet Filter - bswap16: byte order operations - bswap32: byte order operations - bswap64: byte order operations - buf: kernel buffer I/O scheme used in FreeBSD VM system - BUF_ISLOCKED: returns the state of the lock linked to the buffer - BUF_LOCK: locks a buffer - BUF_LOCKFREE: destroys a buffer's lock - BUF_LOCKINIT: initializes a buffer lock - BUF_RECURSED: checks if the lock linked to the buffer is recursed - BUF_TIMELOCK: locks a buffer - BUF_UNLOCK: unlocks a locked buffer - busdma: Bus and Machine Independent DMA Mapping Interface - bus_activate_resource: activate or deactivate a resource - BUS_ADD_CHILD: add a device node to the tree with a given priority - bus_alloc_resource: allocate resources from a parent bus - bus_alloc_resource_any: allocate resources from a parent bus - bus_bind_intr: bind an interrupt resource to a specific CPU - bus_child_present: ask the bus driver to see if this device is still really... - BUS_CONFIG_INTR: configure interrupt polarity and trigger mode - bus_deactivate_resource: activate or deactivate a resource - bus_describe_intr: associate a description with an active interrupt handler - bus_dma: Bus and Machine Independent DMA Mapping Interface - bus_dmamap_create: Bus and Machine Independent DMA Mapping Interface - bus_dmamap_destroy: Bus and Machine Independent DMA Mapping Interface - bus_dmamap_load: Bus and Machine Independent DMA Mapping Interface - bus_dmamap_load_mbuf: Bus and Machine Independent DMA Mapping Interface - bus_dmamap_load_mbuf_sg: Bus and Machine Independent DMA Mapping Interface - bus_dmamap_load_uio: Bus and Machine Independent DMA Mapping Interface - bus_dmamap_sync: Bus and Machine Independent DMA Mapping Interface - bus_dmamap_unload: Bus and Machine Independent DMA Mapping Interface - bus_dmamem_alloc: Bus and Machine Independent DMA Mapping Interface - bus_dmamem_free: Bus and Machine Independent DMA Mapping Interface - bus_dma_tag_create: Bus and Machine Independent DMA Mapping Interface - bus_dma_tag_destroy: Bus and Machine Independent DMA Mapping Interface - bus_generic_attach: generic implementation of DEVICE_ATTACH for busses - bus_generic_detach: generic implementation of DEVICE_DETACH for busses - bus_generic_new_pass: generic implementation of BUS_NEW_PASS for bus... - bus_generic_print_child: generic implementation of DEVICE_PRINT_CHILD for... - bus_generic_read_ivar: generic implementation of BUS_READ_IVAR and... - bus_generic_shutdown: generic implementation of DEVICE_SHUTDOWN for busses - bus_generic_write_ivar: generic implementation of BUS_READ_IVAR and... - BUS_NEW_PASS: notify a bus that the pass level has been changed - BUS_PRINT_CHILD: print information about a device - BUS_READ_IVAR: manipulate bus-specific device instance variables - bus_release_resource: release resources on a bus - bus_setup_intr: create, attach and teardown an interrupt handler - bus_set_pass: raise the bus pass level - bus_set_resource: associate a definite resource with a given resource ID - bus_space: bus space manipulation functions - bus_space_barrier: bus space manipulation functions - bus_space_copy_region_1: bus space manipulation functions - bus_space_copy_region_2: bus space manipulation functions - bus_space_copy_region_4: bus space manipulation functions - bus_space_copy_region_8: bus space manipulation functions - bus_space_copy_region_stream_1: bus space manipulation functions - bus_space_copy_region_stream_2: bus space manipulation functions - bus_space_copy_region_stream_4: bus space manipulation functions - bus_space_copy_region_stream_8: bus space manipulation functions - bus_space_free: bus space manipulation functions - bus_space_map: bus space manipulation functions - bus_space_read_1: bus space manipulation functions - bus_space_read_2: bus space manipulation functions - bus_space_read_4: bus space manipulation functions - bus_space_read_8: bus space manipulation functions - bus_space_read_multi_1: bus space manipulation functions - bus_space_read_multi_2: bus space manipulation functions - bus_space_read_multi_4: bus space manipulation functions - bus_space_read_multi_8: bus space manipulation functions - bus_space_read_multi_stream_1: bus space manipulation functions - bus_space_read_multi_stream_2: bus space manipulation functions - bus_space_read_multi_stream_4: bus space manipulation functions - bus_space_read_multi_stream_8: bus space manipulation functions - bus_space_read_region_1: bus space manipulation functions - bus_space_read_region_2: bus space manipulation functions - bus_space_read_region_4: bus space manipulation functions - bus_space_read_region_8: bus space manipulation functions - bus_space_read_region_stream_1: bus space manipulation functions - bus_space_read_region_stream_2: bus space manipulation functions - bus_space_read_region_stream_4: bus space manipulation functions - bus_space_read_region_stream_8: bus space manipulation functions - bus_space_read_stream_1: bus space manipulation functions - bus_space_read_stream_2: bus space manipulation functions - bus_space_read_stream_4: bus space manipulation functions - bus_space_read_stream_8: bus space manipulation functions - bus_space_set_multi_1: bus space manipulation functions - bus_space_set_multi_2: bus space manipulation functions - bus_space_set_multi_4: bus space manipulation functions - bus_space_set_multi_8: bus space manipulation functions - bus_space_set_multi_stream_1: bus space manipulation functions - bus_space_set_multi_stream_2: bus space manipulation functions - bus_space_set_multi_stream_4: bus space manipulation functions - bus_space_set_multi_stream_8: bus space manipulation functions - bus_space_set_region_1: bus space manipulation functions - bus_space_set_region_2: bus space manipulation functions - bus_space_set_region_4: bus space manipulation functions - bus_space_set_region_8: bus space manipulation functions - bus_space_set_region_stream_1: bus space manipulation functions - bus_space_set_region_stream_2: bus space manipulation functions - bus_space_set_region_stream_4: bus space manipulation functions - bus_space_set_region_stream_8: bus space manipulation functions - bus_space_subregion: bus space manipulation functions - bus_space_unmap: bus space manipulation functions - bus_space_write_1: bus space manipulation functions - bus_space_write_2: bus space manipulation functions - bus_space_write_4: bus space manipulation functions - bus_space_write_8: bus space manipulation functions - bus_space_write_multi_1: bus space manipulation functions - bus_space_write_multi_2: bus space manipulation functions - bus_space_write_multi_4: bus space manipulation functions - bus_space_write_multi_8: bus space manipulation functions - bus_space_write_multi_stream_1: bus space manipulation functions - bus_space_write_multi_stream_2: bus space manipulation functions - bus_space_write_multi_stream_4: bus space manipulation functions - bus_space_write_multi_stream_8: bus space manipulation functions - bus_space_write_region_1: bus space manipulation functions - bus_space_write_region_2: bus space manipulation functions - bus_space_write_region_4: bus space manipulation functions - bus_space_write_region_8: bus space manipulation functions - bus_space_write_region_stream_1: bus space manipulation functions - bus_space_write_region_stream_2: bus space manipulation functions - bus_space_write_region_stream_4: bus space manipulation functions - bus_space_write_region_stream_8: bus space manipulation functions - bus_space_write_stream_1: bus space manipulation functions - bus_space_write_stream_2: bus space manipulation functions - bus_space_write_stream_4: bus space manipulation functions - bus_space_write_stream_8: bus space manipulation functions - bus_teardown_intr: create, attach and teardown an interrupt handler - BUS_WRITE_IVAR: manipulate bus-specific device instance variables - byteorder: byte order operations - callout: execute a function after a specified length of time - callout_active: execute a function after a specified length of time - callout_deactivate: execute a function after a specified length of time - callout_drain: execute a function after a specified length of time - callout_handle_init: execute a function after a specified length of time - callout_init: execute a function after a specified length of time - callout_init_mtx: execute a function after a specified length of time - callout_init_rw: execute a function after a specified length of time - callout_pending: execute a function after a specified length of time - callout_reset: execute a function after a specified length of time - callout_schedule: execute a function after a specified length of time - callout_stop: execute a function after a specified length of time - cd: CDROM driver for the CAM SCSI subsystem - characteristic: discrete mesh advection by a field: gh(x)=fh(x - chooseproc: manage the queue of runnable processes - condvar: kernel condition variable - config_intrhook: schedule a function to be run after interrupts have been... - config_intrhook_disestablish: schedule a function to be run after... - config_intrhook_establish: schedule a function to be run after interrupts... - contigfree: manage contiguous kernel physical memory - contigmalloc: manage contiguous kernel physical memory - copy: kernel copy functions - copyin: kernel copy functions - copyinstr: kernel copy functions - copyout: kernel copy functions - copystr: kernel copy functions - count_dev: get total number of references to a device - cpu_switch: switch to another thread context - cpu_throw: switch to another thread context - crcopy: functions related to user credentials - crdup: functions related to user credentials - crfree: functions related to user credentials - crget: functions related to user credentials - crhold: functions related to user credentials - critical: enter and exit a critical region - critical_enter: enter and exit a critical region - critical_exit: enter and exit a critical region - crshared: functions related to user credentials - cru2x: functions related to user credentials - crypto: API for cryptographic services in the kernel - crypto_dispatch: API for cryptographic services in the kernel - crypto_done: API for cryptographic services in the kernel - crypto_freereq: API for cryptographic services in the kernel - crypto_freesession: API for cryptographic services in the kernel - crypto_getreq: API for cryptographic services in the kernel - crypto_get_driverid: API for cryptographic services in the kernel - crypto_kdispatch: API for cryptographic services in the kernel - crypto_kdone: API for cryptographic services in the kernel - crypto_kregister: API for cryptographic services in the kernel - crypto_newsession: API for cryptographic services in the kernel - crypto_register: API for cryptographic services in the kernel - crypto_unblock: API for cryptographic services in the kernel - crypto_unregister: API for cryptographic services in the kernel - crypto_unregister_all: API for cryptographic services in the kernel - cr_cansee: determine visibility of objects given their user credentials - cr_seeothergids: determine visibility of objects given their group... - cr_seeotheruids: determine visibility of objects given their user... - CTASSERT: compile time assertion macro - CTR0: kernel tracing facility - CTR1: kernel tracing facility - CTR2: kernel tracing facility - CTR3: kernel tracing facility - CTR4: kernel tracing facility - CTR5: kernel tracing facility - curpriority_cmp: perform round-robin scheduling of runnable processes - cursig: kernel signal functions - cv_broadcast: kernel condition variable - cv_broadcastpri: kernel condition variable - cv_destroy: kernel condition variable - cv_init: kernel condition variable - cv_signal: kernel condition variable - cv_timedwait: kernel condition variable - cv_timedwait_sig: kernel condition variable - cv_wait: kernel condition variable - cv_wait_sig: kernel condition variable - cv_wait_unlock: kernel condition variable - cv_wmesg: kernel condition variable - DB_COMMAND: Extends the ddb command set - DB_SHOW_ALL_COMMAND: Extends the ddb command set - DB_SHOW_COMMAND: Extends the ddb command set - DECLARE_GEOM_CLASS: GEOM class declaration macro - DECLARE_MODULE: kernel module declaration macro - DEFINE_CLASS: a kernel object system for FreeBSD - DELAY: busy loop for an interval - delete_unrhdr: kernel unit number allocator - destroy_dev: manage cdev's and DEVFS registration for devices - devclass: object representing a class of devices - devclass_find: search for a devclass - devclass_get_device: translate unit number to device - devclass_get_devices: get a list of devices in a devclass - devclass_get_drivers: get a list of drivers in a devclass - devclass_get_maxunit: find the maximum unit number in the class - devclass_get_name: access the name of a devclass - devclass_get_softc: translate unit number to driver private structure - devfs_clear_cdevpriv: manage per-open filedescriptor data for devices - devfs_get_cdevpriv: manage per-open filedescriptor data for devices - devfs_set_cdevpriv: manage per-open filedescriptor data for devices - device: an abstract representation of a device - devicestat: kernel interface for keeping device statistics - device_add_child: add a new device as a child of an existing device - device_add_child_ordered: add a new device as a child of an existing device - DEVICE_ATTACH: attach a device - device_busy: manipulate device state - device_delete_child: delete a child from a device - DEVICE_DETACH: detach a device - device_disable: manipulate device enabled flag - device_enable: manipulate device enabled flag - device_find_child: search for a child of a device - device_get_children: get a list of devices connected to a device - device_get_desc: access the description of a device - device_get_devclass: access the devclass of a device - device_get_driver: access the current driver of a device - device_get_flags: manipulate driver flags - device_get_ivars: access bus private variables - device_get_name: access the name of a device's device class or instance - device_get_nameunit: access the name of a device's device class or instance - device_get_parent: return the device's parent - device_get_softc: access driver private instance variables - device_get_state: manipulate device state - device_get_sysctl: manipulate the sysctl oid tree for driver specific... - device_get_sysctl_ctx: manipulate the sysctl oid tree for driver specific... - device_get_sysctl_tree: manipulate the sysctl oid tree for driver specific... - device_get_unit: access the unit number of a device - DEVICE_IDENTIFY: identify a device, register it - device_is_alive: manipulate device state - device_is_attached: manipulate device state - device_is_enabled: manipulate device enabled flag - device_is_quiet: manipulate device quiet flag - device_printf: formatted output conversion - DEVICE_PROBE: probe for device existence - device_probe_and_attach: initialise a device - device_quiet: manipulate device quiet flag - device_set_desc: access the description of a device - device_set_desc_copy: access the description of a device - device_set_driver: associate a specific driver with a device node in the... - device_set_flags: manipulate driver flags - device_set_ivars: access bus private variables - DEVICE_SHUTDOWN: called during system shutdown - device_unbusy: manipulate device state - device_verbose: manipulate device quiet flag - devstat: kernel interface for keeping device statistics - devstat_add_entry: kernel interface for keeping device statistics - devstat_end_transaction: kernel interface for keeping device statistics - devstat_remove_entry: kernel interface for keeping device statistics - devstat_start_transaction: kernel interface for keeping device statistics - devtoname: converts dev_t data into a string indicating the device name - dev_clone: eventhandler for name-based device cloning in devfs - dev_depends: manage cdev's and DEVFS registration for devices - DEV_MODULE: device driver module declaration macro - disk: kernel disk storage API - disk_alloc: kernel disk storage API - disk_create: kernel disk storage API - disk_destroy: kernel disk storage API - disk_gone: kernel disk storage API - domain: network domain management - DOMAIN_SET: network domain management - drain_dev_clone_events: eventhandler for name-based device cloning in devfs - driver: structure describing a device driver - DRIVER_MODULE: kernel driver declaration macro - edge: Edge reference element - EVENTHANDLER: kernel event handling functions - EVENTHANDLER_DECLARE: kernel event handling functions - eventhandler_deregister: kernel event handling functions - eventhandler_find_list: kernel event handling functions - EVENTHANDLER_INVOKE: kernel event handling functions - eventhandler_prune_list: kernel event handling functions - eventhandler_register: kernel event handling functions - execsigs: kernel signal functions - extattr: virtual file system named extended attributes - fail: fail points - fetch: fetch data from user-space - firmware: firmware image loading and management - form_element: bilinear form on a single element - free: kernel memory management routines - free_mntarg: functions provided as part of the kernel mount interface - free_unr: kernel unit number allocator - fubyte: fetch data from user-space - fuswintr: fetch data from user-space - fuword: fetch data from user-space - fuword16: fetch data from user-space - fuword32: fetch data from user-space - fuword64: fetch data from user-space - geomap: discrete mesh advection by a field: gh(x)=fh(x-dt*uh(x)) - geo_element: element of a mesh - getbintime: get the current time - getbinuptime: get the time elapsed since boot - getmicrotime: get the current time - getmicrouptime: get the time elapsed since boot - getnanotime: get the current time - getnanouptime: get the time elapsed since boot - getnewvnode: get a new vnode - getpbuf: functions for managing physical buffers - get_cyclecount: get the CPU's fast counter register contents - groupmember: checks group set for a group ID - gsignal: post signal to a process or process group - g_access: control access to GEOM consumers and their providers - g_attach: attach/detach GEOM consumers to/from providers - g_bio: GEOM bio controlling functions - g_cancel_event: GEOM events management - g_clone_bio: GEOM bio controlling functions - g_consumer: GEOM consumers management - g_data: read/write data from/to GEOM consumer - g_destroy_bio: GEOM bio controlling functions - g_destroy_consumer: GEOM consumers management - g_destroy_geom: geom management - g_destroy_provider: GEOM providers management - g_detach: attach/detach GEOM consumers to/from providers - g_error_provider: GEOM providers management - g_event: GEOM events management - g_geom: geom management - g_new_bio: GEOM bio controlling functions - g_new_consumer: GEOM consumers management - g_new_geomf: geom management - g_new_providerf: GEOM providers management - g_post_event: GEOM events management - g_print_bio: GEOM bio controlling functions - g_provider: GEOM providers management - g_provider_by_name: find GEOM provider with given name - g_read_data: read/write data from/to GEOM consumer - g_waitfor_event: GEOM events management - g_wither_geom: destroy geom and related providers and consumers when you... - g_write_data: read/write data from/to GEOM consumer - hash: general kernel hashing functions - hash32: general kernel hashing functions - hash32_buf: general kernel hashing functions - hash32_str: general kernel hashing functions - hash32_stre: general kernel hashing functions - hash32_strn: general kernel hashing functions - hash32_strne: general kernel hashing functions - hashdestroy: manage kernel hash tables - hashinit: manage kernel hash tables - hashinit_flags: manage kernel hash tables - hdlcdrv: HDLC amateur (AX.25) packet radio network driver - heap_allocator: heap-based allocator - hexa: Hexaedra reference element - hexdump: dump a block of bytes to the console in hexadecimal form - htobe16: byte order operations - htobe32: byte order operations - htobe64: byte order operations - htole16: byte order operations - htole32: byte order operations - htole64: byte order operations - ieee80211: 802.11 network layer - ieee80211_alloc_countryie: 802.11 regulatory support - ieee80211_amrr: 802.11 network driver transmit rate control support - ieee80211_amrr_cleanup: 802.11 network driver transmit rate control support - ieee80211_amrr_init: 802.11 network driver transmit rate control support - ieee80211_amrr_node_init: 802.11 network driver transmit rate control... - ieee80211_amrr_setinterval: 802.11 network driver transmit rate control... - ieee80211_amrr_tx_complete: 802.11 network driver transmit rate control... - ieee80211_amrr_tx_update: 802.11 network driver transmit rate control... - ieee80211_beacon: 802.11 beacon support - ieee80211_beacon_alloc: 802.11 beacon support - ieee80211_beacon_miss: 802.11 beacon miss support - ieee80211_beacon_notify: 802.11 beacon support - ieee80211_beacon_update: 802.11 beacon support - ieee80211_bmiss: 802.11 beacon miss support - ieee80211_crypto: 802.11 cryptographic support - ieee80211_crypto_available: 802.11 cryptographic support - ieee80211_crypto_decap: 802.11 cryptographic support - ieee80211_crypto_delglobalkeys: 802.11 cryptographic support - ieee80211_crypto_demic: 802.11 cryptographic support - ieee80211_crypto_encap: 802.11 cryptographic support - ieee80211_crypto_enmic: 802.11 cryptographic support - ieee80211_crypto_newkey: 802.11 cryptographic support - ieee80211_crypto_register: 802.11 cryptographic support - ieee80211_crypto_reload_keys: 802.11 cryptographic support - ieee80211_crypto_setkey: 802.11 cryptographic support - ieee80211_crypto_unregister: 802.11 cryptographic support - ieee80211_ddb: 802.11 ddb support - ieee80211_dump_node: software 802.11 stack node management functions - ieee80211_dump_nodes: software 802.11 stack node management functions - ieee80211_find_rxnode: software 802.11 stack node management functions - ieee80211_find_rxnode_withkey: software 802.11 stack node management... - ieee80211_free_node: software 802.11 stack node management functions - ieee80211_ifattach: 802.11 network layer - ieee80211_ifdetach: 802.11 network layer - ieee80211_init_channels: 802.11 regulatory support - ieee80211_input: software 802.11 stack input functions - ieee80211_input_all: software 802.11 stack input functions - ieee80211_iterate_nodes: software 802.11 stack node management functions - ieee80211_key_update_begin: 802.11 cryptographic support - ieee80211_key_update_end: 802.11 cryptographic support - ieee80211_new_state: 802.11 state machine support - ieee80211_node: software 802.11 stack node management functions - ieee80211_notify_michael_failure: 802.11 cryptographic support - ieee80211_notify_replay_failure: 802.11 cryptographic support - ieee80211_output: software 802.11 stack output functions - ieee80211_process_callback: software 802.11 stack output functions - ieee80211_proto: 802.11 state machine support - ieee80211_radiotap: 802.11 device packet capture support - ieee80211_radiotap_active: 802.11 device packet capture support - ieee80211_radiotap_active_vap: 802.11 device packet capture support - ieee80211_radiotap_attach: 802.11 device packet capture support - ieee80211_radiotap_tx: 802.11 device packet capture support - ieee80211_ref_node: software 802.11 stack node management functions - ieee80211_regdomain: 802.11 regulatory support - ieee80211_resume_all: 802.11 state machine support - ieee80211_scan: 802.11 scanning support - ieee80211_sort_channels: 802.11 regulatory support - ieee80211_start_all: 802.11 state machine support - ieee80211_stop_all: 802.11 state machine support - ieee80211_suspend_all: 802.11 state machine support - ieee80211_unref_node: software 802.11 stack node management functions - ieee80211_vap: 802.11 network layer virtual radio support - ieee80211_vap_attach: 802.11 network layer virtual radio support - ieee80211_vap_detach: 802.11 network layer virtual radio support - ieee80211_vap_setup: 802.11 network layer virtual radio support - ieee80211_waitfor_parent: 802.11 state machine support - ifaddr: kernel interfaces for manipulating network interfaces - ifnet: kernel interfaces for manipulating network interfaces - ifqueue: kernel interfaces for manipulating network interfaces - if_data: kernel interfaces for manipulating network interfaces - inittodr: initialize system time - init_sleepqueues: manage the queues of sleeping threads - insmntque: associate a vnode with a mount - insmntque1: associate a vnode with a mount Page 1 - Page 2
 
 
 

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