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    • Jonathon Duerig's avatar
      Initialize node count to 0. · 9a050779
      Jonathon Duerig authored
      Also, reordered initialization of counters so it is the same as the order of the access methods for easier verification that everything gets initialized.
      9a050779
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    • David Johnson's avatar
      MLE: set port speeds for non user-specified segment/path endpoint interfaces. · f6e3d3aa
      David Johnson authored
      We now make a pass through the implemented_by tree setting port speeds
      that the user left up to assign (i.e., that are 0).  We start at the
      lowest level links and assign default speeds.  Then the speed values for
      the start and end segments for each path get propagated to the link
      being implemented by the path.  Should be pretty generic for any number
      of layers.  We warn if the higher level links don't support those speed
      settings (if they don't, we're gonna have a problem; but I think assign
      protects this from happening).
      f6e3d3aa
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    • Leigh B Stoller's avatar
      Add special case for bbg, same as we do for spp. This stuff needs to · dffb96dd
      Leigh B Stoller authored
      be generalized in some fashion.
      
      Change to how vlan ecapsulation links are represented in the lans
      table. Formerly, we had two links; one was the underlying vlan and the
      other was the ecapsulated link running over it. This is required when
      *not* using vlan encapsulation since there might be multiple emulated
      networks on top of the vlan network.
      
      However, when using vlan ecapsulation, this strictly one to one; there
      are multiple vlan links, with the ports in trunk mode. There is no
      reason to have two entries in the lans table, and in fact was causing
      me grief wrt vlan tag reservations in protogeni, since the name of
      link is not the same as the name of the underlying vlan link that was
      getting created. And so it was impossible to match up the
      reservations.
      
      I pray this does not break 10 other things.
      dffb96dd
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