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SubjectRe: 'fscope': a new debugging tool

> 0) The fields go from innermost frame to outermost frame.
> The last field is the outermost. So read them backwards,
> until the last field repeats - there's your cycle.
> 1) These are merely _potentially_ dangerous cycles in the
> code - so what is a good heuristic to decide which ones
> to investigate?
> 2) Why in this case are there 12 times as many instances
> found for the ACPI stuff as for the rest of the kernel?
> Is ACPI a can of worms or what?

Yes it is can of worms.
When do you have a heart between your knees?
[Johanka's followup: and *two* hearts?]
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