Created attachment 1099 [details]
attached is a patch that renames MSGBUFSIZE. This would make maintaining the OpenBSD port easier.
BTW, what's MSGBUFSIZE's purpose on OpenBSD? And what is its value?
This option sets the size of the kernel message buffer. This buffer
holds the kernel output of printf() when not (yet) read by syslogd(8).
This is particularly useful when the system has crashed and you wish to
lookup the kernel output from just before the crash. Also, since the
autoconfig output becomes more and more verbose, it sometimes happens
that the message buffer overflows before syslogd(8) was able to read it.
Note that not all systems are capable of obtaining a variable sized mes-
sage buffer. There are also some systems on which memory contents are
not preserved across reboots.l
Changes related to this bug have been committed.
Please check latest CVS and update the bug accordingly.
You can also get the patch from:
2012-10-10 [colin] 3.8.1cvs90
Fix bug #2639, "The MSGBUFSIZE definition collides with a definition of OpenBSD"
Patch by "madroach"