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Page 1 - Page 2 - Page 3 - intro: introduction to system kernel interfaces - iofem: input and output finite element manipulators - issignal: kernel signal functions - ithread: kernel interrupt threads - ithread_add_handler: kernel interrupt threads - ithread_create: kernel interrupt threads - ithread_destroy: kernel interrupt threads - ithread_priority: kernel interrupt threads - ithread_remove_handler: kernel interrupt threads - ithread_schedule: kernel interrupt threads - KASSERT: kernel expression verification macro - kernacc: check memory regions for accessibility - kernel_mount: functions provided as part of the kernel mount interface - kernel_vmount: functions provided as part of the kernel mount interface - killproc: kernel signal functions - knlist_add: event delivery subsystem - knlist_clear: event delivery subsystem - knlist_delete: event delivery subsystem - knlist_destroy: event delivery subsystem - knlist_empty: event delivery subsystem - knlist_init: event delivery subsystem - knlist_remove: event delivery subsystem - knlist_remove_inevent: event delivery subsystem - knote_fdclose: event delivery subsystem - KNOTE_LOCKED: event delivery subsystem - KNOTE_UNLOCKED: event delivery subsystem - kobj: a kernel object system for FreeBSD - kobj_class_compile: a kernel object system for FreeBSD - kobj_class_compile_static: a kernel object system for FreeBSD - kobj_class_free: a kernel object system for FreeBSD - kobj_create: a kernel object system for FreeBSD - kobj_delete: a kernel object system for FreeBSD - kobj_init: a kernel object system for FreeBSD - kproc: kernel processes - kproc_create: kernel processes - kproc_exit: kernel processes - kproc_resume: kernel processes - kproc_shutdown: kernel processes - kproc_start: kernel processes - kproc_suspend: kernel processes - kproc_suspend_check: kernel processes - kqfd_register: event delivery subsystem - kqueue: event delivery subsystem - kqueue_add_filteropts: event delivery subsystem - kqueue_del_filteropts: event delivery subsystem - kthread: kernel threads - kthread_add: kernel threads - kthread_create: kernel processes - kthread_exit: kernel threads - kthread_resume: kernel threads - kthread_shutdown: kernel threads - kthread_start: kernel threads - kthread_suspend: kernel threads - kthread_suspend_check: kernel threads - ktr: kernel tracing facility - le16dec: byte order operations - le16enc: byte order operations - le16toh: byte order operations - le32dec: byte order operations - le32enc: byte order operations - le32toh: byte order operations - le64dec: byte order operations - le64enc: byte order operations - le64toh: byte order operations - lock: lockmgr family of functions - lockdestroy: lockmgr family of functions - locking: kernel synchronization primitives - lockinit: lockmgr family of functions - lockmgr: lockmgr family of functions - lockmgr_args: lockmgr family of functions - lockmgr_args_rw: lockmgr family of functions - lockmgr_assert: lockmgr family of functions - lockmgr_disown: lockmgr family of functions - lockmgr_printinfo: lockmgr family of functions - lockmgr_recursed: lockmgr family of functions - lockmgr_rw: lockmgr family of functions - lockmgr_waiters: lockmgr family of functions - lockstatus: lockmgr family of functions - LOCK_PROFILING: kernel lock profiling support - log: formatted output conversion - mac: TrustedBSD Mandatory Access Control framework - make_dev: manage cdev's and DEVFS registration for devices - make_dev_alias: manage cdev's and DEVFS registration for devices - malloc: kernel memory management routines - MALLOC_DECLARE: kernel memory management routines - MALLOC_DEFINE: kernel memory management routines - maybe_resched: perform round-robin scheduling of runnable processes - mbchain: set of functions to build an mbuf chain from various data types - mbpool: buffer pools for network interfaces - mbp_alloc: buffer pools for network interfaces - mbp_card_free: buffer pools for network interfaces - mbp_count: buffer pools for network interfaces - mbp_create: buffer pools for network interfaces - mbp_destroy: buffer pools for network interfaces - mbp_ext_free: buffer pools for network interfaces - mbp_free: buffer pools for network interfaces - mbp_get: buffer pools for network interfaces - mbp_get_keep: buffer pools for network interfaces - mbp_sync: buffer pools for network interfaces - mbuf: memory management in the kernel IPC subsystem - mbuf_tags: a framework for generic packet attributes - mb_detach: set of functions to build an mbuf chain from various data types - mb_done: set of functions to build an mbuf chain from various data types - mb_fixhdr: set of functions to build an mbuf chain from various data types - mb_init: set of functions to build an mbuf chain from various data types - mb_initm: set of functions to build an mbuf chain from various data types - mb_put_int64be: set of functions to build an mbuf chain from various data... - mb_put_int64le: set of functions to build an mbuf chain from various data... - mb_put_mbuf: set of functions to build an mbuf chain from various data... - mb_put_mem: set of functions to build an mbuf chain from various data types - mb_put_uint8: set of functions to build an mbuf chain from various data... - mb_put_uint16be: set of functions to build an mbuf chain from various data... - mb_put_uint16le: set of functions to build an mbuf chain from various data... - mb_put_uint32be: set of functions to build an mbuf chain from various data... - mb_put_uint32le: set of functions to build an mbuf chain from various data... - mb_put_uio: set of functions to build an mbuf chain from various data types - mb_reserve: set of functions to build an mbuf chain from various data types - MCHTYPE: memory management in the kernel IPC subsystem - MCLGET: memory management in the kernel IPC subsystem - MD5: message digest routines - MD5Init: message digest routines - MD5Transform: message digest routines - mdchain: set of functions to dissect an mbuf chain to various data types - md_append_record: set of functions to dissect an mbuf chain to various data... - md_done: set of functions to dissect an mbuf chain to various data types - md_get_int64: set of functions to dissect an mbuf chain to various data... - md_get_int64be: set of functions to dissect an mbuf chain to various data... - md_get_int64le: set of functions to dissect an mbuf chain to various data... - md_get_mbuf: set of functions to dissect an mbuf chain to various data... - md_get_mem: set of functions to dissect an mbuf chain to various data types - md_get_uint8: set of functions to dissect an mbuf chain to various data... - md_get_uint16: set of functions to dissect an mbuf chain to various data... - md_get_uint16be: set of functions to dissect an mbuf chain to various data... - md_get_uint16le: set of functions to dissect an mbuf chain to various data... - md_get_uint32: set of functions to dissect an mbuf chain to various data... - md_get_uint32be: set of functions to dissect an mbuf chain to various data... - md_get_uint32le: set of functions to dissect an mbuf chain to various data... - md_get_uio: set of functions to dissect an mbuf chain to various data types - md_initm: set of functions to dissect an mbuf chain to various data types - md_next_record: set of functions to dissect an mbuf chain to various data... - memguard: memory allocator for debugging purposes - MEXTADD: memory management in the kernel IPC subsystem - MEXTFREE: memory management in the kernel IPC subsystem - MEXT_ADD_REF: memory management in the kernel IPC subsystem - MEXT_IS_REF: memory management in the kernel IPC subsystem - MEXT_REM_REF: memory management in the kernel IPC subsystem - MFREE: memory management in the kernel IPC subsystem - MGET: memory management in the kernel IPC subsystem - MGETHDR: memory management in the kernel IPC subsystem - MH_ALIGN: memory management in the kernel IPC subsystem - microseq: ppbus microsequencer developer's guide - microtime: get the current time - microuptime: get the time elapsed since boot - mi_switch: switch to another thread context - module: structure describing a kernel module - MODULE_DEPEND: set kernel module dependencies - MODULE_VERSION: set kernel module version - mount_arg: functions provided as part of the kernel mount interface - mount_argb: functions provided as part of the kernel mount interface - mount_argf: functions provided as part of the kernel mount interface - mount_argsu: functions provided as part of the kernel mount interface - msleep: wait for events - msleep_spin: wait for events - mtod: memory management in the kernel IPC subsystem - mtx_assert: kernel synchronization primitives - mtx_destroy: kernel synchronization primitives - mtx_init: kernel synchronization primitives - mtx_initialized: kernel synchronization primitives - mtx_lock: kernel synchronization primitives - mtx_lock_flags: kernel synchronization primitives - mtx_lock_spin: kernel synchronization primitives - mtx_lock_spin_flags: kernel synchronization primitives - mtx_owned: kernel synchronization primitives - mtx_pool: mutex pool routines - mtx_pool_alloc: mutex pool routines - mtx_pool_create: mutex pool routines - mtx_pool_destroy: mutex pool routines - mtx_pool_find: mutex pool routines - mtx_pool_lock: mutex pool routines - mtx_pool_lock_spin: mutex pool routines - mtx_pool_unlock: mutex pool routines - mtx_pool_unlock_spin: mutex pool routines - mtx_recursed: kernel synchronization primitives - mtx_sleep: kernel synchronization primitives - MTX_SYSINIT: kernel synchronization primitives - mtx_trylock: kernel synchronization primitives - mtx_trylock_flags: kernel synchronization primitives - mtx_unlock: kernel synchronization primitives - mtx_unlock_flags: kernel synchronization primitives - mtx_unlock_spin: kernel synchronization primitives - mtx_unlock_spin_flags: kernel synchronization primitives - MULTI_DRIVER_MODULE: kernel driver declaration macro - mutex: kernel synchronization primitives - MUTEX_PROFILING: kernel lock profiling support - m_adj: memory management in the kernel IPC subsystem - M_ALIGN: memory management in the kernel IPC subsystem - m_apply: memory management in the kernel IPC subsystem - m_cat: memory management in the kernel IPC subsystem - m_copyback: memory management in the kernel IPC subsystem - m_copydata: memory management in the kernel IPC subsystem - m_copym: memory management in the kernel IPC subsystem - m_copypacket: memory management in the kernel IPC subsystem - m_defrag: memory management in the kernel IPC subsystem - m_devget: memory management in the kernel IPC subsystem - m_dup: memory management in the kernel IPC subsystem - m_dup_pkthdr: memory management in the kernel IPC subsystem - m_fixhdr: memory management in the kernel IPC subsystem - m_free: memory management in the kernel IPC subsystem - m_freem: memory management in the kernel IPC subsystem - m_get: memory management in the kernel IPC subsystem - m_getcl: memory management in the kernel IPC subsystem - m_getclr: memory management in the kernel IPC subsystem - m_gethdr: memory management in the kernel IPC subsystem - m_getm: memory management in the kernel IPC subsystem - m_getptr: memory management in the kernel IPC subsystem - M_LEADINGSPACE: memory management in the kernel IPC subsystem - m_length: memory management in the kernel IPC subsystem - m_move_pkthdr: memory management in the kernel IPC subsystem - m_prepend: memory management in the kernel IPC subsystem - m_pullup: memory management in the kernel IPC subsystem - M_SEQNO_GET: software 802.11 stack output functions - m_split: memory management in the kernel IPC subsystem - M_TRAILINGSPACE: memory management in the kernel IPC subsystem - M_WME_GETAC: software 802.11 stack output functions - M_WRITABLE: memory management in the kernel IPC subsystem - namei: pathname translation and lookup operations - nanotime: get the current time - nanouptime: get the time elapsed since boot - NDFREE: pathname translation and lookup operations - NDHASGIANT: pathname translation and lookup operations - NDINIT: pathname translation and lookup operations - netisr: Kernel network dispatch service - net_add_domain: network domain management - new_unrhdr: kernel unit number allocator - numbering: global degree of freedom numbering - panic: bring down system on fatal error - pause: wait for events - pbuf: functions for managing physical buffers - pci: PCI bus interface - pci_disable_busmaster: PCI bus interface - pci_disable_io: PCI bus interface - pci_enable_busmaster: PCI bus interface - pci_enable_io: PCI bus interface - pci_find_bsf: PCI bus interface - pci_find_dbsf: PCI bus interface - pci_find_device: PCI bus interface - pci_get_powerstate: PCI bus interface - pci_read_config: PCI bus interface - pci_set_powerstate: PCI bus interface - pci_write_config: PCI bus interface - pfctlinput: network domain management - pfctlinput2: network domain management - pffindproto: network domain management - pffindtype: network domain management - pfil: packet filter interface - pfil_add_hook: packet filter interface - pfil_hook_get: packet filter interface - pfil_remove_hook: packet filter interface - pfind: locate a process by number - pgfind: locate a process group by number - pgsigio: kernel signal functions - pgsignal: post signal to a process or process group - phashinit: manage kernel hash tables - physio: initiate I/O on raw devices - pmap: machine-dependent portion of virtual memory subsystem - pmap_activate: activate a physical map - pmap_change_wiring: change physical wiring for a map or virtual address... - pmap_clear_modify: set information about physical pages - pmap_clear_reference: set information about physical pages - pmap_copy: copy physical memory pages - pmap_copy_page: copy physical memory pages - pmap_enter: insert a virtual page into a physical map - pmap_extract: map a virtual address to a physical page - pmap_extract_and_hold: map a virtual address to a physical page - pmap_growkernel: grow the kernel virtual address (KVA) space - pmap_init: initialize the pmap subsystem - pmap_init2: initialize the pmap subsystem - pmap_is_modified: return information about physical pages - pmap_is_prefaultable: determine if a page may be prefaulted - pmap_map: map a physical memory range into kernel virtual address (KVA)... - pmap_mincore: determine if a virtual address is resident in physical memory - pmap_object_init_pt: initialize page tables for a VM object - pmap_page_exists_quick: determine if a page exists in a physical map - pmap_page_init: initialize machine-dependent fields of a VM page - pmap_page_protect: set physical page protection - pmap_pinit: initialize pmap structures - pmap_pinit0: initialize pmap structures - pmap_pinit2: initialize pmap structures - pmap_protect: set physical page protection - pmap_qenter: manage temporary kernel space mappings - pmap_qremove: manage temporary kernel space mappings - pmap_release: release resources held by a physical map - pmap_remove: remove pages from a physical map - pmap_remove_all: remove pages from a physical map - pmap_remove_pages: remove pages from a physical map - pmap_resident_count: return page resident and wiring statistics - pmap_ts_modified: return information about physical pages - pmap_wired_count: return page resident and wiring statistics - pmap_zero_area: zero-fill a page using machine-dependent optimizations - pmap_zero_idle: zero-fill a page using machine-dependent optimizations - pmap_zero_page: zero-fill a page using machine-dependent optimizations - point: Point reference element - postsig: kernel signal functions - pretty_name: type demangler and pretty printer - printf: formatted output conversion - prism: Prism reference element - prison_check: determine if two credentials belong to the same jail - priv: kernel privilege checking API - priv_check: kernel privilege checking API - priv_check_cred: kernel privilege checking API - procrunnable: manage the queue of runnable processes - pseudofs: pseudo file system construction kit - psignal: post signal to a process or process group - p_candebug: determine debuggability of a process - p_cansee: determine visibility of a process - quadrangle: Quadrangular reference element - quadrature: quadrature formulae on the reference lement - radiotap: 802.11 device packet capture support - random: supply pseudo - random_harvest: gather entropy from the kernel for the entropy device - read_random: supply pseudo - realloc: kernel memory management routines - reallocf: kernel memory management routines - redzone: buffer corruptions detector - refcount: manage a simple reference counter - refcount_acquire: manage a simple reference counter - refcount_init: manage a simple reference counter - refcount_release: manage a simple reference counter - reference_element: reference element - relpbuf: functions for managing physical buffers - remrunqueue: manage the queue of runnable processes - resetpriority: perform round-robin scheduling of runnable processes - resettodr: set battery-backed clock from system time - resource_int_value: get a value from the hints mechanism - resource_long_value: get a value from the hints mechanism - resource_string_value: get a value from the hints mechanism - rijndael: AES encryption - rman: resource management functions - rman_activate_resource: resource management functions - rman_await_resource: resource management functions - rman_deactivate_resource: resource management functions - rman_fini: resource management functions - rman_get_bushandle: resource management functions - rman_get_bustag: resource management functions - rman_get_device: resource management functions - rman_get_end: resource management functions - rman_get_flags: resource management functions - rman_get_rid: resource management functions - rman_get_size: resource management functions - rman_get_start: resource management functions - rman_get_virtual: resource management functions - rman_init: resource management functions - rman_make_alignment_flags: resource management functions - rman_manage_region: resource management functions - rman_release_resource: resource management functions - rman_reserve_resource: resource management functions - rman_reserve_resource_bound: resource management functions - rman_set_bushandle: resource management functions - rman_set_bustag: resource management functions - rman_set_rid: resource management functions - rman_set_virtual: resource management functions - rmlock: kernel reader/writer lock optimized for mostly read access patterns - rm_destroy: kernel reader/writer lock optimized for mostly read access... - rm_init: kernel reader/writer lock optimized for mostly read access... - rm_rlock: kernel reader/writer lock optimized for mostly read access... - rm_runlock: kernel reader/writer lock optimized for mostly read access... - RM_SYSINIT: kernel reader/writer lock optimized for mostly read access... - rm_wlock: kernel reader/writer lock optimized for mostly read access... - rm_wowned: kernel reader/writer lock optimized for mostly read access... - rm_wunlock: kernel reader/writer lock optimized for mostly read access... - roundrobin: perform round-robin scheduling of runnable processes - roundrobin_interval: perform round-robin scheduling of runnable processes - rtalloc: look up a route in the kernel routing table - rtalloc1: look up a route in the kernel routing table - rtalloc_ign: look up a route in the kernel routing table - rtentry: structure of an entry in the kernel routing table - rtfree: look up a route in the kernel routing table - runqueue: manage the queue of runnable processes - rwlock: kernel reader/writer lock - rw_assert: kernel reader/writer lock - rw_destroy: kernel reader/writer lock - rw_downgrade: kernel reader/writer lock - rw_init: kernel reader/writer lock - rw_initialized: kernel reader/writer lock - rw_rlock: kernel reader/writer lock - rw_runlock: kernel reader/writer lock - rw_sleep: kernel reader/writer lock - RW_SYSINIT: kernel reader/writer lock - rw_try_rlock: kernel reader/writer lock - rw_try_upgrade: kernel reader/writer lock - rw_try_wlock: kernel reader/writer lock - rw_wlock: kernel reader/writer lock - rw_wowned: kernel reader/writer lock - rw_wunlock: kernel reader/writer lock - s3dw_button: button of s3d widget - s3dw_input: input field of s3d widget - s3dw_label: label of s3d widget - s3dw_scrollbar: scrollbar of s3d widget - s3dw_style: style of s3d widget - s3dw_surface: root of s3d widget - s3dw_textbox: textbox of s3d widget - s3dw_widget: s3d widget information - s3d_but_info: status of a button - s3d_evt: event information - s3d_key_event: key event information - s3d_obj_info: object information - sbuf: safe string formatting - sbuf_bcat: safe string formatting - sbuf_bcopyin: safe string formatting - sbuf_bcpy: safe string formatting - sbuf_cat: safe string formatting - sbuf_clear: safe string formatting - sbuf_copyin: safe string formatting - sbuf_cpy: safe string formatting - sbuf_data: safe string formatting - sbuf_delete: safe string formatting - sbuf_done: safe string formatting - sbuf_finish: safe string formatting - sbuf_len: safe string formatting - sbuf_new: safe string formatting - sbuf_overflowed: safe string formatting - sbuf_printf: safe string formatting - sbuf_putc: safe string formatting - sbuf_setpos: safe string formatting - sbuf_trim: safe string formatting - sbuf_vprintf: safe string formatting - schedclock: perform round-robin scheduling of runnable processes - schedcpu: perform round-robin scheduling of runnable processes - scheduler: perform round-robin scheduling of runnable processes - sched_setup: perform round-robin scheduling of runnable processes - securelevel_ge: test active securelevel - securelevel_gt: test active securelevel - selrecord: record and wakeup select requests - selwakeup: record and wakeup select requests - sema: kernel counting semaphore - sema_destroy: kernel counting semaphore - sema_init: kernel counting semaphore - sema_post: kernel counting semaphore - sema_timedwait: kernel counting semaphore - sema_trywait: kernel counting semaphore - sema_value: kernel counting semaphore - sema_wait: kernel counting semaphore - setrunnable: perform round-robin scheduling of runnable processes - setrunqueue: manage the queue of runnable processes - SETSETNEQ: kernel signal functions - SETSETOR: kernel signal functions - sf_buf: manage temporary kernel address space mapping for memory pages - sf_buf_alloc: manage temporary kernel address space mapping for memory... - sf_buf_free: manage temporary kernel address space mapping for memory pages - sf_buf_kva: manage temporary kernel address space mapping for memory pages - sf_buf_page: manage temporary kernel address space mapping for memory pages - sglist: manage a scatter/gather list of physical memory addresses - sglist_alloc: manage a scatter/gather list of physical memory addresses - sglist_append: manage a scatter/gather list of physical memory addresses - sglist_append_mbuf: manage a scatter/gather list of physical memory... - sglist_append_phys: manage a scatter/gather list of physical memory... - sglist_append_uio: manage a scatter/gather list of physical memory... - sglist_append_user: manage a scatter/gather list of physical memory... - sglist_build: manage a scatter/gather list of physical memory addresses - sglist_clone: manage a scatter/gather list of physical memory addresses - sglist_consume_uio: manage a scatter/gather list of physical memory... - sglist_count: manage a scatter/gather list of physical memory addresses - sglist_free: manage a scatter/gather list of physical memory addresses - sglist_hold: manage a scatter/gather list of physical memory addresses - sglist_init: manage a scatter/gather list of physical memory addresses - sglist_join: manage a scatter/gather list of physical memory addresses - sglist_length: manage a scatter/gather list of physical memory addresses - sglist_reset: manage a scatter/gather list of physical memory addresses - sglist_slice: manage a scatter/gather list of physical memory addresses - sglist_split: manage a scatter/gather list of physical memory addresses - SIGADDSET: kernel signal functions - SIGDELSET: kernel signal functions - SIGEMPTYSET: kernel signal functions - sigexit: kernel signal functions - SIGFILLSET: kernel signal functions - siginit: kernel signal functions - SIGISEMPTY: kernel signal functions - SIGISMEMBER: kernel signal functions - signal: kernel signal functions - SIGNOTEMPTY: kernel signal functions - signotify: kernel signal functions - SIGPENDING: kernel signal functions - SIGSETAND: kernel signal functions - SIGSETCANTMASK: kernel signal functions - SIGSETEQ: kernel signal functions - SIGSETNAND: kernel signal functions - SIG_CONTSIGMASK: kernel signal functions - SIG_STOPSIGMASK: kernel signal functions - sleep: wait for events - sleepqueue: manage the queues of sleeping threads - sleepq_abort: manage the queues of sleeping threads - sleepq_add: manage the queues of sleeping threads - sleepq_alloc: manage the queues of sleeping threads - sleepq_broadcast: manage the queues of sleeping threads - sleepq_calc_signal_retval: manage the queues of sleeping threads - sleepq_catch_signals: manage the queues of sleeping threads - sleepq_free: manage the queues of sleeping threads - sleepq_lookup: manage the queues of sleeping threads - sleepq_release: manage the queues of sleeping threads - sleepq_remove: manage the queues of sleeping threads Page 1 - Page 2 - Page 3
 
 
 

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