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    SubjectRe: When should we use likely() / unlikely() / get_unaligned() ?
    In message <> you write:
    > To be honest, I'm more interested in the case of get_unaligned(). The
    > principle is fairly similar -- the ratio between the performance of the
    > inline and the exception cases varies wildly from architecture to
    > architecture. But the range is far wider -- we now support architectures
    > in 2.6 where alignment fixups _cannot_ happen, and the cost of the
    > 'exception' case should be considered infinite.

    Um, we do? I thought it was compulsory in the kernel, otherwise
    networking breaks on packets w/ wierd hardware headers.

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