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SubjectRe: [PATCH] four warnings and a patch
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> sched.c:124: warning: alignment of `aligned_data' is greater than maximum
> object file alignment
> irq.c:77: warning: alignment of `irq_desc' is greater than maximum object
> file alignment
> init_task.c:33: warning: alignment of `init_tss' is greater than maximum
> object file alignment
>
> I'm quite sure that they are related to NR_CPUS (hence they cause problems
> for UP users) but no serious damage occurs that I am aware of. Removing
> __cacheline_aligned fixes the problem, but I'm not sure if it will affect
> SMP systems.

The __cacheline_aligned is fine. What binutils are you using. They should be
happy with the request made

> 8390.c:1092: warning: unused variable `ei_local'
> The patch removes this line.

This is a subtle one. It is used on some platforms. You aren't the first
to be confused by it.

Alan


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