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SubjectRe: [PATCH] seq_file version of /proc/interrupts
Hi there.  I'm sorry it took me so long to test this.  I was able to
get some time on our 512p system this morning. I ran the test and your
fix does solve this problem.

Actually, it was 511 processors at the time.

I was going to include the output but I decied most people wouldn't want
to stretch their windows that wide. The output isn't pretty on a system
with this many processors - but it isn't breaking and that is the main
concern.

Thanks again for checking in to this. Much appreciated.

Erik

> > Here, anyway, is a better version of the patch. It's less intrusive,
> > forgoes some "cleanups" I indulged in the first time, and makes it easier
> > to update other architectures. I did x86-64, ia_64 and ppc64 just for the
> > heck of it, but I can't test them.
>
> I tested your changes on a small ia64 Altix here. It worked well. I'll try
> it out on a 512p system when I can get a time slot on it.
>
> Thanks for doing this.
>
> Erik
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