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2018-11-26bts-trx: (n)ack PDCH DEACT only after TRX answered SETSLOTpespin/pdch-deact-ack-trxPau Espin Pedrol3-21/+91
Before this patch, PDCH DEACT was (n)acked to the BSC without taking into account if TRX succeeded or failed to set the TS: 20181123044720655 DRLL <0002> rsl.c:2523 (bts=0,trx=0,ts=0,ss=0) Rx RLL DATA_REQ Abis -> LAPDm 20181123044720700 DRSL <0000> rsl.c:2805 (bts=0,trx=0,ts=6,pchan=TCH/F_PDCH as PDCH) ss=0 Rx RSL IPAC_PDCH_DEACT 20181123044720700 DRSL <0000> rsl.c:2205 (bts=0,trx=0,ts=6,pchan=TCH/F_PDCH as PDCH) Request to PDCH DEACT, but lchan is still active 20181123044720700 DRSL <0000> rsl.c:2131 (bts=0,trx=0,ts=6,ss=0) Tx PDCH DEACT NACK (cause = 0x0f) 20181123044720700 DPCU <0009> pcu_sock.c:124 Sending info 20181123044720700 DPCU <0009> pcu_sock.c:139 BTS is up 20181123044720700 DPCU <0009> pcu_sock.c:232 trx=0 ts=7: available (tsc=7 arfcn=868) 20181123044720703 DPCU <0009> pcu_sock.c:608 Deactivate request received: TRX=0 TX=6 20181123044720703 DL1C <0006> l1sap.c:1519 deactivating channel chan_nr=TCH/F on TS6 trx=0 20181123044720703 DTRX <000b> trx_if.c:242 Enqueuing TRX control command 'CMD NOHANDOVER 6 0' 20181123044720703 DL1C <0006> l1sap.c:648 deactivate confirm chan_nr=TCH/F on TS6 trx=0 20181123044720703 DRSL <0000> rsl.c:714 (bts=0,trx=0,ts=6,ss=0) not sending REL ACK 20181123044720703 DRSL <0000> rsl.c:2264 (bts=0,trx=0,ts=6,ss=0) PDCH DEACT operation: channel disconnected, will reconnect as TCH 20181123044720703 DL1C <0006> scheduler.c:593 Configuring multiframe with TCH/F+SACCH trx=0 ts=6 20181123044720703 DTRX <000b> trx_if.c:242 Enqueuing TRX control command 'CMD SETSLOT 6 1' 20181123044720703 DL1C <0006> l1_if.c:780 (bts=0,trx=0,ts=6) bts_model_ts_connect(as_pchan=TCH/F) success, calling cb_ts_connected() 20181123044720703 DRSL <0000> rsl.c:2339 (bts=0,trx=0,ts=6,ss=0) PDCH DEACT operation: timeslot connected as TCH/F 20181123044720703 DRSL <0000> rsl.c:2440 (bts=0,trx=0,ts=6,ss=0) TCH/F_PDCH switched to TCH/F mode (ts->flags == 0) 20181123044720703 DRSL <0000> rsl.c:2103 (bts=0,trx=0,ts=6,ss=0) Tx PDCH DEACT ACK 20181123044720704 DTRX <000b> trx_if.c:492 Response message: 'RSP NOHANDOVER 0 6' 20181123044720705 DTRX <000b> trx_if.c:492 Response message: 'RSP SETSLOT 0 6 1' Change-Id: I888de761b65c3ea8bfe623fcf009f3b2b57c926c
2018-11-26bts_model: Allow TS connect to be processed asynchronouslyPau Espin Pedrol13-39/+63
This commit doesn't change internal logic of any model, only the API to be able to return result of connect TS asyncrhonously since some models (like osmo-bts-trx) require some time to process the result. This way PDCH ACT/DEACT (N)ACK can be sent once the result of this long process is known. For instance, nowadays in osmo-bts-trx we PDCH (DE)ACT ACK before getting the result from SETSLOT on the TRX iface. With this new API, bts_model_ts_connect doesn't return any value synchronously. Instead, it is expected to always end up calling cb_ts_connected with the return code from the TS activation process. 0 is considered a successs, while any other value is considered an error. Change-Id: Ie073a4397dd2f1a691968d12b15b8b42f1e1b0cf
2018-11-26cosmetic: fix whitespacePau Espin Pedrol4-4/+3
Change-Id: Iaa4552844db33fe69da5ed7028dbfa0100c33900
2018-11-23bts-trx: early return on POWERON successPau Espin Pedrol1-0/+1
Later on it's expected to add more rsp parsing, so let's return here and not depend on generic return further down. Change-Id: I8ddee46374ab329c47dc68e720e236f13d393f66
2018-11-23rsl: Avoid sending ipa PDCH DEACT NACK followed by ACKPau Espin Pedrol1-2/+1
It was spotted during osmo-gsm-tester test dynts:trx-sysmocell5000+mod-bts0-dynts67-ipa+cfg-codec-fr-any that osmo-bts-trx was answering to PDCH DEACT from BSC first with a NACK followed immediatelly after by an ACK. That happens after the test does a GPRS pdp ctx act successfuly and then deactivates the ctx and the 2 MS try to place a call between them (and thus channels need to be moved to TCH/F). Most probably the if condition where the lines for this commit are modified need to be fine-grained. Patch before this one should help to understand the steates/situation in this scenario, and then a follow-up patch can be created to improve the logic. Change-Id: I91c65da6b6b7094f32187d3b083153a87c3219fd
2018-11-23rsl: Log lchan state during dynts PDCH->TCHPau Espin Pedrol1-2/+3
Change-Id: Iee5ac0550afda71fce67b0340749c111b364bb4f
2018-11-22Drop unused functionMax2-27/+0
Change-Id: Ib1ecc6dcb243da27976ca0e90a83aefa18a65b76
2018-11-22Fix type mismatchMax1-1/+1
llist_count() return unsigned value, let's use it for counter as well. Change-Id: I81097a64ef694bec046afcc23cf995dc539a706b
2018-11-22Fix deprecated gsm_arfcn2band(), use gsm_arfcn2band_rc()Vadim Yanitskiy5-11/+26
Change-Id: I45aae70f4bc3f4f85d267dafb757debdef1bb7d7
2018-11-22common/vty.c: fix deprecated osmo_str2lower() usageVadim Yanitskiy1-5/+5
Change-Id: I4f78bc13908c2d9dfbe24195ae6e35fae8575c59
2018-11-21bts: Fix TRX0 param initializationPau Espin Pedrol3-2/+7
TRX0 is allocated in a different place than other TRX. Commit that introduced the bug added an initialization step (bts_trx_init) applied in VTY cmd "trx <0-254>", where TRX are allocated since same commit, but doesn't initialize TRX0 for reasons explained in first paragraph. As a result, some parameters were not applied to TRX0, like power ramping increment step, which prevented MS from finding the network in osmo-gsm-tester tests. Fixes: eebb6a4216f136132400831ca35ed70e7502e92a ("bts: Allocate TRX for BTS dynamically, deprecate -t") Change-Id: I5afd66548634ff53e2af24dc7055d408ca8ca4e3
2018-11-20bts-trx: Allow re-try without exit if POWERON fails in osmo-trxPau Espin Pedrol1-10/+44
If POWERON fails, announce to BSC that the TRX is not available, and announce it as available as soon as POWERON success is received. Related: OS#3692 Change-Id: Iaa8f497381038fd7f9f779a8211ebc6453837c65
2018-11-20common: Implement OML for trx_set_available(1)Pau Espin Pedrol1-6/+4
Related: OS#3692 Change-Id: I1ba32c162a8a98ed0fdd4190227de66270679e5a
2018-11-20bts-trx: setup timer once at creation timePau Espin Pedrol5-6/+17
The setup is only needed once, so no need to set it every time we want to schedule it. Furthermore, it will ease new code introduced in follow-up patches, which will schedule this timer under some circumstances without need to send a message at the same time (because re-try of a cmd after a delay is wanted). This commit adds an alloc function and an init function to keep different parts of the code decoupled and avoid exposing more implementation details between them (like exposing the trx_if timer). Change-Id: I3b6461d0130d25284e673c5efce0b3832c48bbb5
2018-11-19add missing check of osmo_wqueue_enqueue() return valueStefan Sperling1-1/+5
The return value of osmo_wqueue_enqueue() isn't checked. This can result in a memory leak if the message cannot be enqueued. Log an error an free the message upon failure, as done elsewhere. Change-Id: I5671ca364f31d98f2b28d028e7bf1797386de2ec Related: CID#57662
2018-11-19properly initialize si3 in test_is_ccch_for_agch_setup()Stefan Sperling1-1/+1
Prevent potential use of uninitialized memory in paging test. Change-Id: Ie8f8fc3c4a9e4cc18fc85b6822110de79da4246b Related: CID#188828
2018-11-19bts-trx: trx_if: Use struct to store CTRL msg parsed responsesPau Espin Pedrol1-22/+28
Change-Id: Icb84bce0621042afa4301678ba1cc58d8e3662bb
2018-11-19osmo-bts-trx: print TRX socket addresses in 'show transceiver'Max1-1/+4
Change-Id: I081305d730cbdb14b5ce1dbfee18673328225b66
2018-11-18bts: Allocate TRX for BTS dynamically, deprecate -tPau Espin Pedrol16-59/+117
No need to pass -t num_trx anymore to specify number of TRX to use. It is calculated based on dynamic allocation from VTY config. Using parameter -t is flagged as deprecated and is transformed into a NOOP por backward compatibility. As a result, TRX now are allocated after the BTS is allocated and initial config (pre-VTY) is applied. A new function bts_trx_init() is added, to set default config on each TRX during allocation and before setting VTY config on it. A new per BTS model function bts_model_trx_init() is added, to allow per model specific default configuration of each TRX. Change-Id: Iab1a754ab12a626759f9f90aa66f87bdce65ac9c
2018-11-06prevent potential NULL dereference in virtbts's tx_tchh_fnStefan Sperling1-1/+1
If chan_state->ongoing_facch is set, this code's logic suggests that both msg_facch and msg_tch could be NULL. Don't dereference msg_tch unconditionally. Change-Id: Icf5584396c5b925d55ca9380dd4f869ae5d72da3 Related: CID#172047
2018-10-29{oc2g,sysmo}-mgr-calib: Fix build against gpsd >= 3.18Pau Espin Pedrol2-3/+22
Change-Id: I1f9176432b3a01bd5e8c179dc269e391df2d446f
2018-10-27Add OC-2G BTS sourcesOmar Ramadan57-1/+13546
Change-Id: I327384fe5ac944dc3996a3f00932d6f1a10d5a35
2018-10-25common/scheduler.c: track TDMA frame loss per logical channelsVadim Yanitskiy2-68/+145
This change modifies the logic of TDMA frame loss tracking. To be more precise, the tracking logic was moved from per timeslot level to per logical channel level, what makes OsmoBTS more accurate in its measurements. But before getting into details, it's important to clarify some things about the Uplink burst processing in transceiver (OsmoTRX). If an Uplink burst is detected, OsmoTRX demodulates it and sends to OsmoBTS. If nothing is detected on a particular timeslot, OsmoTRX will do nothing. In other words, it will not notify OsmoBTS about this. Meanwhile, there are usually a few logical channels mapped to a single TDMA timeslot. Let's use SDCCH8 channel configuration as an example (simplified layout): /* SDCCH/8 (ss=0), subscriber A (active) */ { TRXC_SDCCH8_0, bid=0 }, { TRXC_SDCCH8_0, bid=1 }, { TRXC_SDCCH8_0, bid=2 }, { TRXC_SDCCH8_0, bid=3 }, // <-- last_fn=X /* SDCCH/8 (ss=1), subscriber B (inactive) */ { TRXC_SDCCH8_1, bid=0 }, { TRXC_SDCCH8_1, bid=1 }, { TRXC_SDCCH8_1, bid=2 }, { TRXC_SDCCH8_1, bid=3 }, /* SDCCH/8 (ss=2), subscriber C (active) */ { TRXC_SDCCH8_2, bid=0 }, // <-- current_fn=X+5 { TRXC_SDCCH8_2, bid=1 }, { TRXC_SDCCH8_2, bid=2 }, { TRXC_SDCCH8_2, bid=3 }, SDCCH8 has 8 sub-slots, so up to 8 subscribers can use a single timeslot. Let's imagine there are three subscribers: A, B, and C. Both A and C are active subscribers, i.e. they are continuously transmitting UL bursts, while B is not using ss=1 anymore. The original way of TDMA frame loss tracking was the following: - when an UL burst is received, store it's frame number in the timeslot state structure (last_fn); - when the next UL burst is received on same timeslot, compute how many frames elapsed since the last_fn; - if elapsed = (current_fn - last_fn) is lower than 10, then iterate from (last_fn + 1) until the current_fn and send dummy zero-filled bursts to the higher layers; - otherwise (elapsed > 10), process the current burst, and do nothing :/ According to our example, subscriber A is sending 4 bursts, then nobody is sending anything, and then subscriber C is sending 4 bursts. So, there is a 4 frames long gap between the both transmissions, which is being substituted by dummy bursts. But, as the logical channel on ss=1 is not active, they are dropped. This is not that scary, but the current algorithm produces lots of false-positives, and moreover is not able to track real frame drops in longer periods (i.e. >10). So, tracking the frame loss per individual logical channels makes much more sense. Let's finally drop this hackish 'while (42) { ... }', and track the amount of lost / received TDMA frames (bursts) individually per logical channels. Let's also use the multiframe period as the loss detection period, instead of hardcoded 10. And finally, let's print more informative debug messages. Also, it makes sense to use the amount of lost / received bursts during the calculation of the measurement reports, instead of sending dummy bursts, but let's do this separately. Change-Id: I70d05b67a35ddcbdd1b6394dbd7198404a440e76 Related: OS#3428
2018-10-22Convert lchan CCCH_LCHAN to chan_nr BCCH and viceversaPau Espin Pedrol2-4/+8
Before this patch it was being coded as SDCCH4 TS0 SS 0, and as a result the state LCHAN_REL_ACT_OML applied in opstart_compl in abused SDCCH4 TS0 SS 4 was not being checked when deciding whether to send a Chan Act ACK in rsl_tx_chan_act_acknack. Fixes: OS#3513 Change-Id: I1641960c9ffbb3ed0de74ab5b53e24e5b4ff3397
2018-10-22gsm_pchan2chan_nr: Fix conversion of CCCH_LCHANPau Espin Pedrol1-1/+1
Previous implementation made no sense, since chan_nr is never read before being set below from lchan_nr. Furthemore, if lcahn_nr=CCH_LCHAN=4, then: cbits = 0x4 + lchan_nr = 0x8 = b1000 which then becomes SDCCH8 according to GSM 08.58 9.3.1, so it's totally wrong: SDCCH/8 + ACCH 0 1 T T T Change-Id: Id1dee716991e6faa406f02c029e998af5780162a
2018-10-21scheduler_trx.c: Switch to osmo_timerfd() of libosmocore >= 0.12.0Harald Welte2-72/+10
Change-Id: I721d493659fde57eca1543b2e63171df1be1279d Fixes: Coverity CID#178646
2018-10-10rsl_rx_chan-activ: Improve logging informationPau Espin Pedrol1-2/+3
Change-Id: I9b9a666e195ea729503ecd707e1582268c190e09
2018-10-10l1sap: Log name of chan_nr instead of hex valuePau Espin Pedrol1-25/+27
Change-Id: If98e130d17f1d153a13ba28f48a0a563731fde41
2018-10-10lchan_meas_check_compute: Log value during incorrect num of SUB ↵Pau Espin Pedrol1-1/+2
measurementes detected Change-Id: I5dacbed5517b2aa2a6bbc66ec125f0bdfd1f5b2b
2018-10-07common/pcu_sock.c: cosmetic: explicitly address lchanVadim Yanitskiy1-2/+2
In the most cases a PDCH time-slot has only one logical channel allocated. In case of both osmo-bts-trx and osmo-bts-virtual, there are two kinds of logical channels: PDTCH and PTCCH, but since they share the same chan_nr value, deactivating one of them would trigger deactivation of another one. Let's explicitly address the first logical channel in array. Change-Id: I8edcb46e887c4db63a425eba89cec4374165763e Closes: OS#3023
2018-10-03abis: inp_s_cbfn: Improve logging signal related informationPau Espin Pedrol1-1/+3
Change-Id: Ia63b69882c74155bcae2e027a21ea7e319647256
2018-09-30sysmo, virtual: properly handle BS-AG-BLKS-RES as received from BSCHarald Welte2-2/+3
Change-Id: Ifd9a3be6189b3288526e12260d68a982b089404e
2018-09-30Fix computing CCCH block number from frame numberHarald Welte5-6/+41
The existing implementation used a simplistic macro, which was wrong in many ways: 1) it returned a negative value for "fn % 51 < 5" conditions without raising any error message or asserting 2) it returned a wrong block number for many different input frame numbers, as it didn't account properly for the FCCH/SCH gaps between the blocks Let's replace the simplistic macro with a proper lookup table based on TS 05.02, and let's OSMO_ASSERT() if this is ever called with non-CCCH frame numbers. Change-Id: I11fd6cc558bb61c40c2019e46f56c1fe78ef39f5 Closes: OS#3024
2018-09-30paging_test: Fix AGCH/PCH split test for second half of 102 multiframeHarald Welte2-13/+13
* we have to use modulo 51, not 50 * the check for FACCH/SCH has to be applied to to the fn % 51 result Change-Id: I540a7eeef3ea3ed7347f0f1b5a5a6fe7ce0ec8bb
2018-09-30contrib/jenkins_*.sh: drop rudimentary '--with-osmo-pcu'Vadim Yanitskiy2-2/+0
The '--with-osmo-pcu' flag dates back to a time where the 'pcu_interface' header was not copied in both repositories and you had to point one to the other. Change-Id: I79e494484cb099cc9ca8c27c38b785c5ea8c3bc6 Closes OS#3514
2018-09-26vty: mark 'rtp bind-ip' deprecated, not hiddenNeels Hofmeyr1-1/+1
The command implementation says "deprecated", so then the vty command attribute should also be DEPRECATED. It will be hidden from online docs and vty reference. Change-Id: I23e620f1b947e129989fe69c6380c91b9abf7021
2018-09-25lc15bts_mgr_vty: Ensure writing well-formed config filesHarald Welte1-5/+5
Every new node level should only add one additional space, not two! Change-Id: Ic890429a6ff1e0c89fe1c6a159c6ee6ecbcf9a5a
2018-09-25ensure all config file examples are well-formedHarald Welte10-193/+193
We used to permit multiple spaces to enter a new node in the config, but modern osmo* code writes config files well-formed where every node equals exactly one indent level. Change-Id: I3da56b34e87503c46e6bf3c7505b83ec5e6aaa20
2018-09-21lc15: led_sleep_cb: pass correct ptr to llist_move_tailPau Espin Pedrol1-1/+1
Fix compilation warning. At runtime it's not a big issue because the "list" field is the first field of the led_list (struct lc15bts_led_timer_list) variable. Hence, the address passed is the same. Change-Id: Ib8bf07990800d74bfb3ad7a55eccfc65e40cd480
2018-09-19common/rsl.c: tweak log message in lapdm_rll_tx_cb()Vadim Yanitskiy1-2/+3
During the investigation of OS#3559, it was discovered that the log message, which warns that an RSL message was dropped due to inactive logical channel, has incorrect log level - LOGL_INFO. This is not informative kind of message, so let's increase the log level, and additionally let's print the hexdump of message and it's length. Change-Id: I26eac5e4466c493ffe08dbb89de20f5e1c2bb85d
2018-09-17CBCH: Some more scheduler_mframe cleanupHarald Welte1-14/+14
As the CBCH replaces SDCCH sub-slot-2 in downlink, we should mark the uplink as IDLE, just as the associated SACCH in uplink and downlink. Also, there are no burst_numbers in IDLE slots. Change-Id: Ib8565d1d0080bfce5d2aec77609709a445a2171c
2018-09-17CBCH: Fix CBCH implementation for osmo-bts-trxHarald Welte1-2/+6
Unfortunately the code in Icc15603079a1709ec094f400a9bcf0008211890f was incomplete as it missed a few spots where the CBCH-enabled channel types weren't yet covered. Using this patch I can both still perform RACH / Location Update as well as actually receive SMSCB messages on an attached phone (Galaxy S5). Change-Id: I311b141668549ef37054cbe74be66bf17ac1d7e6 Closes: OS#1617 Closes: OS#3559
2018-09-17CBCH: sprinkle some OMSO_ASSERT() and guard against talloc failureHarald Welte1-0/+5
Change-Id: I85fdecbf20de83a6f925765a46b5cd14765da03e
2018-09-17CBCH: Add FIXME comments on queue overflow/underflow handlingHarald Welte1-1/+4
Change-Id: Ida97f25ab4bf7e4d0f03b13396cb37cdfe99ef40
2018-09-17get_lchan_by_chan_nr(): Fix resolution of CBCHHarald Welte1-1/+12
The CBCH (as per GSM specs) always maps on sub-slot 2 of either the SDCCH/4 or SDCCH/8 that it replaces. However, the way how we express it as RSL-style channel number (0xC8) doesn't allow room for any sub-slots. The top 5 bits are used for expressing CBCH, while the bottom 3 bits are used for the timeslot number (TN). So when transforming from channel number to lchan, we must handle the CBCH case specially by using a hard-coded sub-slot number of 2. Change-Id: I44e2f763d5d25311167f435f2ca7e030b2a3f009 Related: OS#1617
2018-09-17CBCH: Fix CBCH via L1SAP for osmo-bts-{sysmo,octphy,litecell15}Harald Welte3-3/+9
This fixes a bug introduced in "CBCH: Move processing via L1SAP" commit 02d99db08b13589e1417c3448a07747f8805ba88 Author: Harald Welte <laforge@gnumonks.org> Date: Fri Aug 24 23:37:45 2018 +0200 where the full channel number 0xc8 was used instead of the (right-shifted) C-bits only. Change-Id: I0fd8d7762e9cc3319a534f261e8857a1aa2220e0
2018-09-17l1sap/scheduler: Consistently print chan_nr as hex numberHarald Welte2-7/+7
It's very confusing if some log messages log chan_nr as decimal, while most log it as hexadecimal. Let's standardize on hex everywhere. Change-Id: Ia6566d5bbee8124fb7c689c962ce34d714208503
2018-09-16lc15: rewrite and refactor code to print hwversion descriptionPau Espin Pedrol4-35/+26
Also print a newline at the end of print_hwversion(). In the process of rewrite, fix several warnings in the few lines of this functions: osmo-bts/src/osmo-bts-litecell15/main.c: In function ‘print_hwversion’: osmo-bts/src/osmo-bts-litecell15/main.c:162:12: warning: passing argument 1 to restrict-qualified parameter aliases with argument 4 [-Wrestrict] snprintf(model_name, sizeof(model_name), "%s Rev %c", ^~~~~~~~~~ model_name, (char)rev); ~~~~~~~~~~ osmo-bts/src/osmo-bts-litecell15/main.c:168:12: warning: passing argument 1 to restrict-qualified parameter aliases with argument 4 [-Wrestrict] snprintf(model_name, sizeof(model_name), "%s (%05X)", ^~~~~~~~~~ model_name, model); ~~~~~~~~~~ osmo-bts/src/osmo-bts-litecell15/main.c:162:47: warning: ‘ Rev ’ directive output may be truncated writing 5 bytes into a region of size between 1 and 64 [-Wformat-truncation=] snprintf(model_name, sizeof(model_name), "%s Rev %c", ^~~~~ osmo-bts/src/osmo-bts-litecell15/main.c:162:3: note: ‘snprintf’ output between 7 and 70 bytes into a destination of size 64 snprintf(model_name, sizeof(model_name), "%s Rev %c", ^~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ model_name, (char)rev); ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ osmo-bts/src/osmo-bts-litecell15/main.c:168:47: warning: ‘ (’ directive output may be truncated writing 2 bytes into a region of size between 1 and 64 [-Wformat-truncation=] snprintf(model_name, sizeof(model_name), "%s (%05X)", ^~ osmo-bts/src/osmo-bts-litecell15/main.c:168:44: note: using the range [0, 4294967295] for directive argument snprintf(model_name, sizeof(model_name), "%s (%05X)", ^~~~~~~~~~~ osmo-bts/src/osmo-bts-litecell15/main.c:168:3: note: ‘snprintf’ output between 9 and 75 bytes into a destination of size 64 snprintf(model_name, sizeof(model_name), "%s (%05X)", ^~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ model_name, model); ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Change-Id: I079b056a04fe77d2f7f361ff5899232cb70b5a93
2018-09-16lc15: fsync requires fd instead of file streamPau Espin Pedrol1-3/+3
Change-Id: I7efb7280363b3a021b30c3b4eacb3aab70e9c8da
2018-09-16lc15: vty: Add missing include for lchan_deactivatePau Espin Pedrol1-0/+1
Fixes following compilation warning: osmo-bts/src/osmo-bts-litecell15/lc15bts_vty.c:244:3: warning: implicit declaration of function ‘lchan_deactivate’ Change-Id: Id9b144d068d53393e1c1887aad285ae757156ec6