3806 illumos build execs echo unnecessarily
Reviewed by: Garrett D'Amore <garrett.damore@gmail.com>
Reviewed by: Gary Mills <gary_mills@fastmail.fm>

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  23 # Copyright (c) 1991, 2010, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
  24 # Copyright (c) 2011 Bayard G. Bell. All rights reserved.
  25 # Copyright (c) 2011 by Delphix. All rights reserved.
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  27 #
  28 
  29 #
  30 #       This Makefile contains the common targets and definitions for
  31 #       all kernels. It is to be included in the Makefiles for specific
  32 #       implementation architectures and processor architecture dependent
  33 #       modules: i.e.: all driving kernel Makefiles.
  34 #
  35 #       Include global definitions:
  36 #
  37 include $(SRC)/Makefile.master
  38 
  39 #
  40 #       No text domain in the kernel.
  41 #
  42 DTEXTDOM =
  43 
  44 #
  45 #       Keep references to $(SRC)/common relative.
  46 COMMONBASE=     $(UTSBASE)/../common
  47 
  48 #
  49 #       Setup build-specific vars
  50 #       To add a build type:
  51 #               add name to ALL_BUILDS32 & ALL_BUILDS64
  52 #               set CLASS_name and OBJ_DIR_name
  53 #               add targets to Makefile.targ
  54 #
  55 
  56 #
  57 #       DEF_BUILDS is for def, lint, sischeck, and install
  58 #       ALL_BUILDS is for everything else (all, clean, ...)
  59 #
  60 # The NOT_RELEASE_BUILD noise is to maintain compatibility with the
  61 # gatekeeper's nightly build script.
  62 #
  63 DEF_BUILDS32                            = obj32
  64 DEF_BUILDS64                            = obj64
  65 DEF_BUILDSONLY64                        = obj64
  66 $(NOT_RELEASE_BUILD)DEF_BUILDS32        = debug32
  67 $(NOT_RELEASE_BUILD)DEF_BUILDS64        = debug64
  68 $(NOT_RELEASE_BUILD)DEF_BUILDSONLY64    = debug64
  69 ALL_BUILDS32                            = obj32 debug32
  70 ALL_BUILDS64                            = obj64 debug64
  71 ALL_BUILDSONLY64                        = obj64 debug64
  72 
  73 #
  74 #       For modules in 64b dirs that aren't built 64b
  75 #       or modules in 64b dirs that aren't built 32b we
  76 #       need to create empty modlintlib files so global lint works
  77 #
  78 LINT32_BUILDS   = debug32
  79 LINT64_BUILDS   = debug64
  80 
  81 #
  82 #       Build class (32b or 64b)
  83 #
  84 CLASS_OBJ32     = 32
  85 CLASS_DBG32     = 32
  86 CLASS_OBJ64     = 64
  87 CLASS_DBG64     = 64
  88 CLASS           = $(CLASS_$(BUILD_TYPE))
  89 
  90 #
  91 #       Build subdirectory
  92 #
  93 OBJS_DIR_OBJ32  = obj32
  94 OBJS_DIR_DBG32  = debug32
  95 OBJS_DIR_OBJ64  = obj64
  96 OBJS_DIR_DBG64  = debug64
  97 OBJS_DIR        = $(OBJS_DIR_$(BUILD_TYPE))
  98 
  99 #
 100 #       Create defaults so empty rules don't
 101 #       confuse make
 102 #
 103 CLASS_          = 32
 104 OBJS_DIR_       = debug32
 105 
 106 #
 107 #       Build tools
 108 #
 109 CC_sparc_32     = $(sparc_CC)
 110 CC_sparc_64     = $(sparcv9_CC)
 111 
 112 CC_i386_32      = $(i386_CC)
 113 CC_i386_64      = $(amd64_CC)
 114 CC_amd64_64     = $(amd64_CC)
 115 
 116 CC              = $(CC_$(MACH)_$(CLASS))
 117 
 118 AS_sparc_32     = $(sparc_AS)
 119 AS_sparc_64     = $(sparcv9_AS)
 120 
 121 AS_i386_32      = $(i386_AS)
 122 AS_i386_64      = $(amd64_AS)
 123 AS_amd64_64     = $(amd64_AS)
 124 
 125 AS              = $(AS_$(MACH)_$(CLASS))
 126 
 127 LD_sparc_32     = $(sparc_LD)
 128 LD_sparc_64     = $(sparcv9_LD)
 129 
 130 LD_i386_32      = $(i386_LD)
 131 LD_i386_64      = $(amd64_LD)
 132 LD_amd64_64     = $(amd64_LD)
 133 
 134 LD              = $(LD_$(MACH)_$(CLASS))
 135 
 136 LINT_sparc_32   = $(sparc_LINT)
 137 LINT_sparc_64   = $(sparcv9_LINT)
 138 
 139 LINT_i386_32    = $(i386_LINT)
 140 LINT_i386_64    = $(amd64_LINT)
 141 LINT_amd64_64   = $(amd64_LINT)
 142 
 143 LINT            = $(LINT_$(MACH)_$(CLASS))
 144 
 145 MODEL_32        = ilp32
 146 MODEL_64        = lp64
 147 MODEL           = $(MODEL_$(CLASS))
 148 
 149 #
 150 #       Build rules for linting the kernel.
 151 #
 152 LHEAD = $(ECHO) "\n$@";
 153 
 154 # Note: egrep returns "failure" if there are no matches, which is
 155 # exactly the opposite of what we need.
 156 LGREP.2 =       if egrep -v ' (_init|_fini|_info) '; then false; else true; fi
 157 
 158 LTAIL =
 159 
 160 LINT.c =        $(LINT) -c -dirout=$(LINTS_DIR) $(LINTFLAGS) $(LINT_DEFS) $(CPPFLAGS)
 161 
 162 # Please do not add new erroff directives here.  If you need to disable
 163 # lint warnings in your module for things that cannot be fixed in any
 164 # reasonable manner, please augment LINTTAGS in your module Makefile
 165 # instead.
 166 LINTTAGS        = -erroff=E_INCONS_ARG_DECL2
 167 LINTTAGS        += -erroff=E_INCONS_VAL_TYPE_DECL2
 168 
 169 LINTFLAGS_sparc_32      = $(LINTCCMODE) -nsxmuF -errtags=yes
 170 LINTFLAGS_sparc_64      = $(LINTFLAGS_sparc_32) -m64
 171 LINTFLAGS_i386_32       = $(LINTCCMODE) -nsxmuF -errtags=yes
 172 LINTFLAGS_i386_64       = $(LINTFLAGS_i386_32) -m64
 173 
 174 LINTFLAGS       = $(LINTFLAGS_$(MACH)_$(CLASS)) $(LINTTAGS)
 175 LINTFLAGS       += $(C99LMODE)
 176 
 177 #
 178 #       Override this variable to modify the name of the lint target.
 179 #
 180 LINT_MODULE=    $(MODULE)
 181 
 182 #
 183 #       Build the compile/assemble lines:
 184 #
 185 EXTRA_OPTIONS           = 
 186 AS_DEFS                 = -D_ASM -D__STDC__=0
 187 
 188 ALWAYS_DEFS_32          = -D_KERNEL -D_SYSCALL32 -D_DDI_STRICT
 189 ALWAYS_DEFS_64          = -D_KERNEL -D_SYSCALL32 -D_SYSCALL32_IMPL -D_ELF64 \
 190                         -D_DDI_STRICT
 191 #
 192 # XX64  This should be defined by the compiler!
 193 #
 194 ALWAYS_DEFS_64          += -Dsun -D__sun -D__SVR4
 195 ALWAYS_DEFS             = $(ALWAYS_DEFS_$(CLASS))
 196 
 197 #
 198 #       CPPFLAGS is deliberatly set with a "=" and not a "+=".  For the kernel
 199 #       the header include path should not look for header files outside of
 200 #       the kernel code.  This "=" removes the search path built in
 201 #       Makefile.master inside CPPFLAGS.  Ditto for AS_CPPFLAGS.
 202 #
 203 CPPFLAGS        = $(ALWAYS_DEFS) $(ALL_DEFS) $(CONFIG_DEFS) \
 204                    $(INCLUDE_PATH) $(EXTRA_OPTIONS)
 205 ASFLAGS         += -P
 206 AS_CPPFLAGS     = $(ALWAYS_DEFS) $(ALL_DEFS) $(CONFIG_DEFS) $(AS_DEFS) \
 207                    $(AS_INC_PATH) $(EXTRA_OPTIONS)
 208 
 209 #
 210 #       Make it (relatively) easy to share compilation options between
 211 #       all kernel implementations.
 212 #
 213 
 214 # Override the default, the kernel is squeaky clean
 215 CERRWARN = -errtags=yes -errwarn=%all
 216 
 217 CERRWARN += -_gcc=-Wno-missing-braces
 218 CERRWARN += -_gcc=-Wno-sign-compare
 219 CERRWARN += -_gcc=-Wno-unknown-pragmas
 220 CERRWARN += -_gcc=-Wno-unused-parameter
 221 CERRWARN += -_gcc=-Wno-missing-field-initializers
 222 
 223 # DEBUG v. -nd make for frequent unused variables, empty conditions, etc. in
 224 # -nd builds
 225 $(RELEASE_BUILD)CERRWARN += -_gcc=-Wno-unused
 226 $(RELEASE_BUILD)CERRWARN += -_gcc=-Wno-empty-body
 227 
 228 C99MODE = $(C99_ENABLE)
 229 
 230 CFLAGS_uts              =
 231 CFLAGS_uts              += $(STAND_FLAGS_$(CLASS))
 232 CFLAGS_uts              += $(CCVERBOSE)
 233 CFLAGS_uts              += $(ILDOFF)
 234 CFLAGS_uts              += $(XAOPT)
 235 CFLAGS_uts              += $(CTF_FLAGS_$(CLASS))
 236 CFLAGS_uts              += $(CERRWARN)
 237 CFLAGS_uts              += $(CCNOAUTOINLINE)
 238 CFLAGS_uts              += $(CGLOBALSTATIC)
 239 CFLAGS_uts              += $(EXTRA_CFLAGS)
 240 CFLAGS_uts              += $(CSOURCEDEBUGFLAGS)
 241 CFLAGS_uts              += $(CUSERFLAGS)
 242 
 243 #
 244 #       Declare that $(OBJECTS) and $(LINTS) can be compiled in parallel.
 245 #       The DUMMY target is for those instances where OBJECTS and LINTS
 246 #       are empty (to avoid an unconditional .PARALLEL).
 247 .PARALLEL:      $(OBJECTS) $(LINTS) DUMMY
 248 
 249 #
 250 #       Expanded dependencies
 251 #
 252 DEF_DEPS        = $(DEF_BUILDS:%=def.%)
 253 ALL_DEPS        = $(ALL_BUILDS:%=all.%)
 254 CLEAN_DEPS      = $(ALL_BUILDS:%=clean.%)
 255 CLOBBER_DEPS    = $(ALL_BUILDS:%=clobber.%)
 256 LINT_DEPS       = $(DEF_BUILDS:%=lint.%)
 257 MODLINTLIB_DEPS = $(DEF_BUILDS:%=modlintlib.%)
 258 MODLIST_DEPS    = $(DEF_BUILDS:%=modlist.%)
 259 CLEAN_LINT_DEPS = $(ALL_BUILDS:%=clean.lint.%)
 260 INSTALL_DEPS    = $(DEF_BUILDS:%=install.%)
 261 SYM_DEPS        = $(SYM_BUILDS:%=symcheck.%)
 262 SISCHECK_DEPS   = $(DEF_BUILDS:%=sischeck.%)
 263 SISCLEAN_DEPS   = $(ALL_BUILDS:%=sisclean.%)
 264 
 265 #
 266 #       Default module name
 267 #
 268 BINARY          = $(OBJS_DIR)/$(MODULE)
 269 
 270 #
 271 #       Default cleanup definitions
 272 #
 273 CLEANLINTFILES  = $(LINTS) $(MOD_LINT_LIB)
 274 CLEANFILES      = $(OBJECTS) $(CLEANLINTFILES)
 275 CLOBBERFILES    = $(BINARY) $(CLEANFILES)
 276 
 277 #
 278 #       Installation constants:
 279 #
 280 #               FILEMODE is the mode given to the kernel modules
 281 #               CFILEMODE is the mode given to the '.conf' files
 282 #
 283 FILEMODE         = 755
 284 DIRMODE          = 755
 285 CFILEMODE        = 644
 286 
 287 #
 288 #       Special Installation Macros for the installation of '.conf' files.
 289 #
 290 #       These are unique because they are not installed from the current
 291 #       working directory.
 292 #
 293 # Sigh.  Apparently at some time in the past there was a confusion on
 294 # whether the name is SRC_CONFFILE or SRC_CONFILE.  Consistency with the
 295 # other names would indicate SRC_CONFFILE, but the voting is >180 Makefiles
 296 # with SRC_CONFILE and about 11 with SRC_CONFFILE.  Software development
 297 # isn't a popularity contest, though, and so my inclination is to define
 298 # both names for now and incrementally convert to SRC_CONFFILE to be consistent
 299 # with the other names.
 300 #
 301 CONFFILE                = $(MODULE).conf
 302 SRC_CONFFILE            = $(CONF_SRCDIR)/$(CONFFILE)
 303 SRC_CONFILE             = $(SRC_CONFFILE)
 304 ROOT_CONFFILE_32        = $(ROOTMODULE).conf
 305 ROOT_CONFFILE_64        = $(ROOTMODULE:%/$(SUBDIR64)/$(MODULE)=%/$(MODULE)).conf
 306 ROOT_CONFFILE           = $(ROOT_CONFFILE_$(CLASS))
 307 
 308 
 309 INS.conffile= \
 310         $(RM) $@; $(INS) -s -m $(CFILEMODE) -f $(@D) $(SRC_CONFFILE)
 311 
 312 #
 313 # The CTF merge of child kernel modules is performed against one of the genunix
 314 # modules.  For Intel builds, all modules will be used with a single genunix:
 315 # the one built in intel/genunix.  For SPARC builds, a given
 316 # module may be
 317 # used with one of a number of genunix files, depending on what platform the
 318 # module is deployed on.  We merge against the sun4u genunix to optimize for
 319 # the common case.  We also merge against the ip driver since networking is
 320 # typically loaded and types defined therein are shared between many modules.
 321 #
 322 CTFMERGE_GUDIR_sparc    = sun4u
 323 CTFMERGE_GUDIR_i386     = intel
 324 CTFMERGE_GUDIR          = $(CTFMERGE_GUDIR_$(MACH))
 325 
 326 CTFMERGE_GENUNIX        = \
 327         $(UTSBASE)/$(CTFMERGE_GUDIR)/genunix/$(OBJS_DIR)/genunix
 328 
 329 #
 330 # Used to uniquify a non-genunix module against genunix.  If used in patch
 331 # mode (PATCH_BUILD != "#"), the patch ID corresponding to the module being
 332 # built will be used as the label.  If no ID is available, or if patch mode
 333 # is not being used, the value of $VERSION will be used.
 334 #
 335 # For the ease of developers dropping modules onto possibly unrelated systems,
 336 # you can set NO_GENUNIX_UNIQUIFY= in the environment to skip uniquifying
 337 # against genunix.
 338 #
 339 NO_GENUNIX_UNIQUIFY=$(POUND_SIGN)
 340 SKIP_GENUNIX_UNIQUIFY=no
 341 $(NO_GENUNIX_UNIQUIFY)SKIP_GENUNIX_UNIQUIFY=yes
 342 
 343 CTFMERGE_UNIQUIFY_AGAINST_GENUNIX       = \
 344         @label="-L VERSION" ; \
 345         uniq= ; \
 346         if [ -z "$(PATCH_BUILD)" ] ; then \
 347                 uniq="-D BASE" ; \
 348                 set -- `$(CTFFINDMOD) -n -r -t $(PMTMO_FILE) $@` ; \
 349                 if [ "X$$1" != "X-" ] ; then \
 350                         label="-l $$1" ; \
 351                         if [ "$$2" != "fcs" ] ; then \
 352                                 uniq="-D $$2" ; \
 353                         fi ; \
 354                 fi ; \
 355         fi ; \
 356         if [ "$(SKIP_GENUNIX_UNIQUIFY)" = "yes" ]; then \
 357                 uniq= ; \
 358         else \
 359                 uniq="-d $(CTFMERGE_GENUNIX) $$uniq" ; \
 360         fi ; \
 361         cmd="$(CTFMERGE) $(CTFMRGFLAGS) $$label $$uniq" ; \
 362         cmd="$$cmd -o $@ $(OBJECTS) $(CTFEXTRAOBJS)" ; \
 363         echo $$cmd ; \
 364         $$cmd
 365 
 366 #
 367 # Used to merge the genunix module.  genunix has special requirements in
 368 # patch mode.  In particular, it needs to be able to find the genunix used
 369 # in the previous version of the KU patch (or the FCS version of genunix in
 370 # the case of KU 1).
 371 #
 372 CTFMERGE_GENUNIX_MERGE          = \
 373         @if [ -z "$(PATCH_BUILD)" ] ; then \
 374                 set -- `$(CTFFINDMOD) -b $(OBJS_DIR) -o patch,lastgu -n -r \
 375                     -t $(PMTMO_FILE) $(GENUNIX) || true` '' ; \
 376                 msg= ; \
 377                 if [ $$$(POUND_SIGN) -eq 1 ] ; \
 378                     then msg="Error in $(CTFFINDMOD)" ; \
 379                 elif [ "X$$1" = "X-" ] ; then msg="Did not get label" ; \
 380                 elif [ "X$$2" = "X-" ] ; then msg="Did not get withfile" ; \
 381                 fi ; \
 382                 if [ -n "$$msg" ] ; then \
 383                         echo "make ctf: $$msg - removing $(GENUNIX)" ; \
 384                         $(RM) $(GENUNIX) ; \
 385                         exit 1 ; \
 386                 fi ; \
 387                 label="-l $$1" ; \
 388                 with="-w $$2" ; \
 389         else \
 390                 label="-L VERSION" ; \
 391         fi ; \
 392         cmd="$(CTFMERGE) $(CTFMRGFLAGS) $$label $$with -o $@" ; \
 393         echo $$cmd "$(OBJECTS) $(CTFEXTRAOBJS) $(IPCTF_TARGET)"; \
 394         $$cmd $(OBJECTS) $(CTFEXTRAOBJS) $(IPCTF_TARGET)
 395 
 396 #
 397 # We ctfmerge the ip objects into genunix to maximize the number of common types
 398 # found there, thus maximizing the effectiveness of uniquification.  We don't
 399 # want the genunix build to have to know about the individual ip objects, so we
 400 # put them in an archive.  The genunix ctfmerge then includes this archive.
 401 #
 402 IPCTF           = $(IPDRV_DIR)/$(OBJS_DIR)/ipctf.a
 403 
 404 #
 405 # Rule for building fake shared libraries used for symbol resolution
 406 # when building other modules.  -znoreloc is needed here to avoid
 407 # tripping over code that isn't really suitable for shared libraries.
 408 #
 409 BUILD.SO                = \
 410         $(LD) -o $@ $(GSHARED) $(ZNORELOC) -h $(SONAME)
 411 
 412 #
 413 # SONAME defaults for common fake shared libraries.
 414 #
 415 $(LIBGEN)               := SONAME = $(MODULE)
 416 $(PLATLIB)              := SONAME = misc/platmod
 417 $(CPULIB)               := SONAME = 'cpu/$$CPU'
 418 $(DTRACESTUBS)          := SONAME = dtracestubs
 419 
 420 #
 421 #       Installation directories
 422 #
 423 
 424 #
 425 #       For now, 64b modules install into a subdirectory
 426 #       of their 32b brethren.
 427 #
 428 SUBDIR64_sparc          = sparcv9
 429 SUBDIR64_i386           = amd64
 430 SUBDIR64                = $(SUBDIR64_$(MACH))
 431 
 432 ROOT_MOD_DIR            = $(ROOT)/kernel
 433 
 434 ROOT_KERN_DIR_32        = $(ROOT_MOD_DIR)
 435 ROOT_BRAND_DIR_32       = $(ROOT_MOD_DIR)/brand
 436 ROOT_DRV_DIR_32         = $(ROOT_MOD_DIR)/drv
 437 ROOT_DTRACE_DIR_32      = $(ROOT_MOD_DIR)/dtrace
 438 ROOT_EXEC_DIR_32        = $(ROOT_MOD_DIR)/exec
 439 ROOT_FS_DIR_32          = $(ROOT_MOD_DIR)/fs
 440 ROOT_SCHED_DIR_32       = $(ROOT_MOD_DIR)/sched
 441 ROOT_SOCK_DIR_32        = $(ROOT_MOD_DIR)/socketmod
 442 ROOT_STRMOD_DIR_32      = $(ROOT_MOD_DIR)/strmod
 443 ROOT_IPP_DIR_32         = $(ROOT_MOD_DIR)/ipp
 444 ROOT_SYS_DIR_32         = $(ROOT_MOD_DIR)/sys
 445 ROOT_MISC_DIR_32        = $(ROOT_MOD_DIR)/misc
 446 ROOT_KGSS_DIR_32        = $(ROOT_MOD_DIR)/misc/kgss
 447 ROOT_SCSI_VHCI_DIR_32   = $(ROOT_MOD_DIR)/misc/scsi_vhci
 448 ROOT_PMCS_FW_DIR_32     = $(ROOT_MOD_DIR)/misc/pmcs
 449 ROOT_QLC_FW_DIR_32      = $(ROOT_MOD_DIR)/misc/qlc
 450 ROOT_EMLXS_FW_DIR_32    = $(ROOT_MOD_DIR)/misc/emlxs
 451 ROOT_NLMISC_DIR_32      = $(ROOT_MOD_DIR)/misc
 452 ROOT_MACH_DIR_32        = $(ROOT_MOD_DIR)/mach
 453 ROOT_CPU_DIR_32         = $(ROOT_MOD_DIR)/cpu
 454 ROOT_TOD_DIR_32         = $(ROOT_MOD_DIR)/tod
 455 ROOT_FONT_DIR_32        = $(ROOT_MOD_DIR)/fonts
 456 ROOT_DACF_DIR_32        = $(ROOT_MOD_DIR)/dacf
 457 ROOT_CRYPTO_DIR_32      = $(ROOT_MOD_DIR)/crypto
 458 ROOT_MAC_DIR_32         = $(ROOT_MOD_DIR)/mac
 459 ROOT_KICONV_DIR_32      = $(ROOT_MOD_DIR)/kiconv
 460 
 461 ROOT_KERN_DIR_64        = $(ROOT_MOD_DIR)/$(SUBDIR64)
 462 ROOT_BRAND_DIR_64       = $(ROOT_MOD_DIR)/brand/$(SUBDIR64)
 463 ROOT_DRV_DIR_64         = $(ROOT_MOD_DIR)/drv/$(SUBDIR64)
 464 ROOT_DTRACE_DIR_64      = $(ROOT_MOD_DIR)/dtrace/$(SUBDIR64)
 465 ROOT_EXEC_DIR_64        = $(ROOT_MOD_DIR)/exec/$(SUBDIR64)
 466 ROOT_FS_DIR_64          = $(ROOT_MOD_DIR)/fs/$(SUBDIR64)
 467 ROOT_SCHED_DIR_64       = $(ROOT_MOD_DIR)/sched/$(SUBDIR64)
 468 ROOT_SOCK_DIR_64        = $(ROOT_MOD_DIR)/socketmod/$(SUBDIR64)
 469 ROOT_STRMOD_DIR_64      = $(ROOT_MOD_DIR)/strmod/$(SUBDIR64)
 470 ROOT_IPP_DIR_64         = $(ROOT_MOD_DIR)/ipp/$(SUBDIR64)
 471 ROOT_SYS_DIR_64         = $(ROOT_MOD_DIR)/sys/$(SUBDIR64)
 472 ROOT_MISC_DIR_64        = $(ROOT_MOD_DIR)/misc/$(SUBDIR64)
 473 ROOT_KGSS_DIR_64        = $(ROOT_MOD_DIR)/misc/kgss/$(SUBDIR64)
 474 ROOT_SCSI_VHCI_DIR_64   = $(ROOT_MOD_DIR)/misc/scsi_vhci/$(SUBDIR64)
 475 ROOT_PMCS_FW_DIR_64     = $(ROOT_MOD_DIR)/misc/pmcs/$(SUBDIR64)
 476 ROOT_QLC_FW_DIR_64      = $(ROOT_MOD_DIR)/misc/qlc/$(SUBDIR64)
 477 ROOT_EMLXS_FW_DIR_64    = $(ROOT_MOD_DIR)/misc/emlxs/$(SUBDIR64)
 478 ROOT_NLMISC_DIR_64      = $(ROOT_MOD_DIR)/misc/$(SUBDIR64)
 479 ROOT_MACH_DIR_64        = $(ROOT_MOD_DIR)/mach/$(SUBDIR64)
 480 ROOT_CPU_DIR_64         = $(ROOT_MOD_DIR)/cpu/$(SUBDIR64)
 481 ROOT_TOD_DIR_64         = $(ROOT_MOD_DIR)/tod/$(SUBDIR64)
 482 ROOT_FONT_DIR_64        = $(ROOT_MOD_DIR)/fonts/$(SUBDIR64)
 483 ROOT_DACF_DIR_64        = $(ROOT_MOD_DIR)/dacf/$(SUBDIR64)
 484 ROOT_CRYPTO_DIR_64      = $(ROOT_MOD_DIR)/crypto/$(SUBDIR64)
 485 ROOT_MAC_DIR_64         = $(ROOT_MOD_DIR)/mac/$(SUBDIR64)
 486 ROOT_KICONV_DIR_64      = $(ROOT_MOD_DIR)/kiconv/$(SUBDIR64)
 487 
 488 ROOT_KERN_DIR           = $(ROOT_KERN_DIR_$(CLASS))
 489 ROOT_BRAND_DIR          = $(ROOT_BRAND_DIR_$(CLASS))
 490 ROOT_DRV_DIR            = $(ROOT_DRV_DIR_$(CLASS))
 491 ROOT_DTRACE_DIR         = $(ROOT_DTRACE_DIR_$(CLASS))
 492 ROOT_EXEC_DIR           = $(ROOT_EXEC_DIR_$(CLASS))
 493 ROOT_FS_DIR             = $(ROOT_FS_DIR_$(CLASS))
 494 ROOT_SCHED_DIR          = $(ROOT_SCHED_DIR_$(CLASS))
 495 ROOT_SOCK_DIR           = $(ROOT_SOCK_DIR_$(CLASS))
 496 ROOT_STRMOD_DIR         = $(ROOT_STRMOD_DIR_$(CLASS))
 497 ROOT_IPP_DIR            = $(ROOT_IPP_DIR_$(CLASS))
 498 ROOT_SYS_DIR            = $(ROOT_SYS_DIR_$(CLASS))
 499 ROOT_MISC_DIR           = $(ROOT_MISC_DIR_$(CLASS))
 500 ROOT_KGSS_DIR           = $(ROOT_KGSS_DIR_$(CLASS))
 501 ROOT_SCSI_VHCI_DIR      = $(ROOT_SCSI_VHCI_DIR_$(CLASS))
 502 ROOT_PMCS_FW_DIR        = $(ROOT_PMCS_FW_DIR_$(CLASS))
 503 ROOT_QLC_FW_DIR         = $(ROOT_QLC_FW_DIR_$(CLASS))
 504 ROOT_EMLXS_FW_DIR       = $(ROOT_EMLXS_FW_DIR_$(CLASS))
 505 ROOT_NLMISC_DIR         = $(ROOT_NLMISC_DIR_$(CLASS))
 506 ROOT_MACH_DIR           = $(ROOT_MACH_DIR_$(CLASS))
 507 ROOT_CPU_DIR            = $(ROOT_CPU_DIR_$(CLASS))
 508 ROOT_TOD_DIR            = $(ROOT_TOD_DIR_$(CLASS))
 509 ROOT_FONT_DIR           = $(ROOT_FONT_DIR_$(CLASS))
 510 ROOT_DACF_DIR           = $(ROOT_DACF_DIR_$(CLASS))
 511 ROOT_CRYPTO_DIR         = $(ROOT_CRYPTO_DIR_$(CLASS))
 512 ROOT_MAC_DIR            = $(ROOT_MAC_DIR_$(CLASS))
 513 ROOT_KICONV_DIR         = $(ROOT_KICONV_DIR_$(CLASS))
 514 
 515 ROOT_MOD_DIRS_32        = $(ROOT_BRAND_DIR_32) $(ROOT_DRV_DIR_32)
 516 ROOT_MOD_DIRS_32        = $(ROOT_BRAND_DIR_32) $(ROOT_DRV_DIR_32)
 517 ROOT_MOD_DIRS_32        += $(ROOT_EXEC_DIR_32) $(ROOT_DTRACE_DIR_32)
 518 ROOT_MOD_DIRS_32        += $(ROOT_FS_DIR_32) $(ROOT_SCHED_DIR_32)
 519 ROOT_MOD_DIRS_32        += $(ROOT_STRMOD_DIR_32) $(ROOT_SYS_DIR_32)
 520 ROOT_MOD_DIRS_32        += $(ROOT_IPP_DIR_32) $(ROOT_SOCK_DIR_32)
 521 ROOT_MOD_DIRS_32        += $(ROOT_MISC_DIR_32) $(ROOT_MACH_DIR_32)
 522 ROOT_MOD_DIRS_32        += $(ROOT_KGSS_DIR_32)
 523 ROOT_MOD_DIRS_32        += $(ROOT_SCSI_VHCI_DIR_32)
 524 ROOT_MOD_DIRS_32        += $(ROOT_PMCS_FW_DIR_32)
 525 ROOT_MOD_DIRS_32        += $(ROOT_QLC_FW_DIR_32)
 526 ROOT_MOD_DIRS_32        += $(ROOT_EMLXS_FW_DIR_32)
 527 ROOT_MOD_DIRS_32        += $(ROOT_CPU_DIR_32) $(ROOT_FONT_DIR_32)
 528 ROOT_MOD_DIRS_32        += $(ROOT_TOD_DIR_32) $(ROOT_DACF_DIR_32)
 529 ROOT_MOD_DIRS_32        += $(ROOT_CRYPTO_DIR_32) $(ROOT_MAC_DIR_32)
 530 ROOT_MOD_DIRS_32        += $(ROOT_KICONV_DIR_32)
 531 
 532 USR_MOD_DIR             = $(ROOT)/usr/kernel
 533 
 534 USR_DRV_DIR_32          = $(USR_MOD_DIR)/drv
 535 USR_EXEC_DIR_32         = $(USR_MOD_DIR)/exec
 536 USR_FS_DIR_32           = $(USR_MOD_DIR)/fs
 537 USR_SCHED_DIR_32        = $(USR_MOD_DIR)/sched
 538 USR_SOCK_DIR_32         = $(USR_MOD_DIR)/socketmod
 539 USR_STRMOD_DIR_32       = $(USR_MOD_DIR)/strmod
 540 USR_SYS_DIR_32          = $(USR_MOD_DIR)/sys
 541 USR_MISC_DIR_32         = $(USR_MOD_DIR)/misc
 542 USR_DACF_DIR_32         = $(USR_MOD_DIR)/dacf
 543 USR_PCBE_DIR_32         = $(USR_MOD_DIR)/pcbe
 544 USR_DTRACE_DIR_32       = $(USR_MOD_DIR)/dtrace
 545 USR_BRAND_DIR_32        = $(USR_MOD_DIR)/brand
 546 
 547 USR_DRV_DIR_64          = $(USR_MOD_DIR)/drv/$(SUBDIR64)
 548 USR_EXEC_DIR_64         = $(USR_MOD_DIR)/exec/$(SUBDIR64)
 549 USR_FS_DIR_64           = $(USR_MOD_DIR)/fs/$(SUBDIR64)
 550 USR_SCHED_DIR_64        = $(USR_MOD_DIR)/sched/$(SUBDIR64)
 551 USR_SOCK_DIR_64         = $(USR_MOD_DIR)/socketmod/$(SUBDIR64)
 552 USR_STRMOD_DIR_64       = $(USR_MOD_DIR)/strmod/$(SUBDIR64)
 553 USR_SYS_DIR_64          = $(USR_MOD_DIR)/sys/$(SUBDIR64)
 554 USR_MISC_DIR_64         = $(USR_MOD_DIR)/misc/$(SUBDIR64)
 555 USR_DACF_DIR_64         = $(USR_MOD_DIR)/dacf/$(SUBDIR64)
 556 USR_PCBE_DIR_64         = $(USR_MOD_DIR)/pcbe/$(SUBDIR64)
 557 USR_DTRACE_DIR_64       = $(USR_MOD_DIR)/dtrace/$(SUBDIR64)
 558 USR_BRAND_DIR_64        = $(USR_MOD_DIR)/brand/$(SUBDIR64)
 559 
 560 USR_DRV_DIR             = $(USR_DRV_DIR_$(CLASS))
 561 USR_EXEC_DIR            = $(USR_EXEC_DIR_$(CLASS))
 562 USR_FS_DIR              = $(USR_FS_DIR_$(CLASS))
 563 USR_SCHED_DIR           = $(USR_SCHED_DIR_$(CLASS))
 564 USR_SOCK_DIR            = $(USR_SOCK_DIR_$(CLASS))
 565 USR_STRMOD_DIR          = $(USR_STRMOD_DIR_$(CLASS))
 566 USR_SYS_DIR             = $(USR_SYS_DIR_$(CLASS))
 567 USR_MISC_DIR            = $(USR_MISC_DIR_$(CLASS))
 568 USR_DACF_DIR            = $(USR_DACF_DIR_$(CLASS))
 569 USR_PCBE_DIR            = $(USR_PCBE_DIR_$(CLASS))
 570 USR_DTRACE_DIR          = $(USR_DTRACE_DIR_$(CLASS))
 571 USR_BRAND_DIR           = $(USR_BRAND_DIR_$(CLASS))
 572 
 573 USR_MOD_DIRS_32         = $(USR_DRV_DIR_32) $(USR_EXEC_DIR_32)
 574 USR_MOD_DIRS_32         += $(USR_FS_DIR_32) $(USR_SCHED_DIR_32)
 575 USR_MOD_DIRS_32         += $(USR_STRMOD_DIR_32) $(USR_SYS_DIR_32)
 576 USR_MOD_DIRS_32         += $(USR_MISC_DIR_32) $(USR_DACF_DIR_32)
 577 USR_MOD_DIRS_32         += $(USR_PCBE_DIR_32)
 578 USR_MOD_DIRS_32         += $(USR_DTRACE_DIR_32) $(USR_BRAND_DIR_32)
 579 USR_MOD_DIRS_32         += $(USR_SOCK_DIR_32)
 580 
 581 #
 582 #
 583 #
 584 include $(SRC)/Makefile.psm
 585 
 586 #
 587 #       The "-r" on the remove may be considered temporary, but is required
 588 #       while the replacement of the SUNW,SPARCstation-10,SX directory by
 589 #       a symbolic link is being propagated.
 590 #
 591 # IMPORTANT:: if you change any of these INS.mumble rules, then you MUST also
 592 # change the corresponding override definitions in $CLOSED/Makefile.tonic.
 593 # If you do not do this, then the closedbins build for the OpenSolaris
 594 # community will break. PS, the gatekeepers will be upset too.
 595 #
 596 INS.slink1= $(RM) -r $@; $(SYMLINK) $(PLATFORM) $@
 597 INS.slink2= $(RM) -r $@; $(SYMLINK) ../$(PLATFORM)/$(@F) $@
 598 INS.slink3= $(RM) -r $@; $(SYMLINK) $(IMPLEMENTED_PLATFORM) $@
 599 INS.slink4= $(RM) -r $@; $(SYMLINK) ../$(PLATFORM)/include $@
 600 INS.slink5= $(RM) -r $@; $(SYMLINK) ../$(PLATFORM)/sbin $@
 601 INS.slink6= $(RM) -r $@; $(SYMLINK) ../../$(PLATFORM)/lib/$(MODULE) $@
 602 INS.slink7= $(RM) -r $@; $(SYMLINK) ../../$(PLATFORM)/sbin/$(@F) $@
 603 
 604 ROOT_PLAT_LINKS          = $(PLAT_LINKS:%=$(ROOT_PLAT_DIR)/%)
 605 ROOT_PLAT_LINKS_2        = $(PLAT_LINKS_2:%=$(ROOT_PLAT_DIR)/%)
 606 USR_PLAT_LINKS           = $(PLAT_LINKS:%=$(USR_PLAT_DIR)/%)
 607 USR_PLAT_LINKS_2         = $(PLAT_LINKS_2:%=$(USR_PLAT_DIR)/%)
 608 
 609 #
 610 # Collection of all relevant, delivered kernel modules.
 611 #
 612 # Note that we insist on building genunix first, because everything else
 613 # uniquifies against it.  When doing a 'make' from usr/src/uts/, we'll enter
 614 # the platform directories first.  These will cd into the corresponding genunix
 615 # directory and build it.  So genunix /shouldn't/ get rebuilt when we get to
 616 # building all the kernel modules.  However, due to an as-yet-unexplained
 617 # problem with dependencies, sometimes it does get rebuilt, which then messes
 618 # up the other modules.  So we always force the issue here rather than try to
 619 # build genunix in parallel with everything else.
 620 #
 621 PARALLEL_KMODS = $(DRV_KMODS) $(EXEC_KMODS) $(FS_KMODS) $(SCHED_KMODS) \
 622                  $(TOD_KMODS) $(STRMOD_KMODS) $(SYS_KMODS) $(MISC_KMODS) \
 623                  $(NLMISC_KMODS) $(MACH_KMODS) $(CPU_KMODS) $(GSS_KMODS) \
 624                  $(MMU_KMODS) $(DACF_KMODS) $(EXPORT_KMODS) $(IPP_KMODS) \
 625                  $(CRYPTO_KMODS) $(PCBE_KMODS) \
 626                  $(DRV_KMODS_$(CLASS)) $(MISC_KMODS_$(CLASS)) $(MAC_KMODS) \
 627                  $(BRAND_KMODS) $(KICONV_KMODS) \
 628                  $(SOCKET_KMODS)
 629 
 630 KMODS = $(GENUNIX_KMODS) $(PARALLEL_KMODS)
 631 
 632 $(PARALLEL_KMODS): $(GENUNIX_KMODS)
 633 
 634 $(CLOSED_BUILD)CLOSED_KMODS = $(CLOSED_DRV_KMODS) $(CLOSED_TOD_KMODS) \
 635         $(CLOSED_MISC_KMODS) $(CLOSED_CPU_KMODS) \
 636         $(CLOSED_NLMISC_KMODS) $(CLOSED_DRV_KMODS_$(CLASS))
 637 
 638 LINT_KMODS = $(DRV_KMODS) $(EXEC_KMODS) $(FS_KMODS) $(SCHED_KMODS) \
 639           $(TOD_KMODS) $(STRMOD_KMODS) $(SYS_KMODS) $(MISC_KMODS) \
 640           $(MACH_KMODS) $(GSS_KMODS) $(DACF_KMODS) $(IPP_KMODS) \
 641           $(CRYPTO_KMODS) $(PCBE_KMODS) \
 642           $(DRV_KMODS_$(CLASS)) $(MISC_KMODS_$(CLASS)) $(MAC_KMODS) \
 643           $(BRAND_KMODS) $(KICONV_KMODS) $(SOCKET_KMODS)
 644 
 645 $(CLOSED_BUILD)CLOSED_LINT_KMODS = $(CLOSED_DRV_KMODS) $(CLOSED_TOD_KMODS) \
 646           $(CLOSED_MISC_KMODS) $(CLOSED_DRV_KMODS_$(CLASS))
 647 
 648 THIS_YEAR:sh=   /bin/date +%Y
 649 $(OBJS_DIR)/logsubr.o   := CPPFLAGS += -DTHIS_YEAR=$(THIS_YEAR)
 650 $(OBJS_DIR)/logsubr.ln  := CPPFLAGS += -DTHIS_YEAR=$(THIS_YEAR)
 651 
 652 #
 653 #       Files to be compiled with -xa, to generate basic block execution
 654 #       count data.
 655 #
 656 #       There are several ways to compile parts of the kernel for kcov:
 657 #               1)  Add targets to BB_FILES here or in other Makefiles
 658 #                       (they must in the form of $(OBJS_DIR)/target.o)
 659 #               2)  setenv BB_FILES '$(XXX_OBJS:%=$(OBJS_DIR)/%)'
 660 #               3)  setenv BB_FILES '$(OBJECTS)'
 661 #
 662 #       Do NOT setenv CFLAGS -xa, as that will cause infinite recursion
 663 #       in unix_bb.o
 664 #
 665 BB_FILES =
 666 $(BB_FILES)     := XAOPT = -xa
 667 
 668 #
 669 #       The idea here is for unix_bb.o to be in all kernels except the
 670 #       kernel which actually gets shipped to customers.  In practice,
 671 #       $(RELEASE_BUILD) is on for a number of the late beta and fcs builds.
 672 #
 673 $(NOT_RELEASE_BUILD)$(OBJS_DIR)/unix_bb.o   := CPPFLAGS     += -DKCOV
 674 $(NOT_RELEASE_BUILD)$(OBJS_DIR)/unix_bb.ln  := CPPFLAGS     += -DKCOV


 675 
 676 #
 677 #       Do not let unix_bb.o get compiled with -xa!
 678 #
 679 $(OBJS_DIR)/unix_bb.o   := XAOPT =
 680 
 681 #
 682 # Privilege files
 683 #
 684 PRIVS_AWK = $(SRC)/uts/common/os/privs.awk
 685 PRIVS_DEF = $(SRC)/uts/common/os/priv_defs
 686 
 687 #
 688 # USB device data
 689 #
 690 USBDEVS_AWK =   $(SRC)/uts/common/io/usb/usbdevs2h.awk
 691 USBDEVS_DATA =  $(SRC)/uts/common/io/usb/usbdevs
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