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    SubjectRe: Pentium M config option for 2.6
    On Sun, Jan 04, 2004 at 11:33:08AM -0500, Rob Love wrote:

    > Yah. I was just answering in the abstract to the "does cache line
    > matter on non-SMP" question.
    >
    > I actually like this patch (perhaps since I have a P-M :) and think it
    > ought to go in, although I agree with others that the P-M is more of a
    > super-P3 than a scaled down P4.

    FWIW, I agree with it too on the grounds that its non obvious the optimal
    setting is CONFIG_MPENTIUMIII. This seems cleaner IMO than changing the
    helptext to read...

    "Pentium II"
    "Pentium III / Pentium 4M"
    "Pentium 4"

    My other mail may have sounded like I objected to the patch per se, I don't.

    Dave

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    Dave Jones http://www.codemonkey.org.uk
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