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    SubjectRe: [2.6 patch] i386: always use 4k stacks
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    > how many other corner cases are there that these distros just choose not
    > to support, but need to be supported and tested for the vanilla kernel?

    as someone who was at that distro in the time.. none other than XFS and
    reiserfs4.

    > also for those who are arguing that it's only dropping from 6k to 4k, you
    > are forgetting that the patches to move the interrupts to a seperate stack
    > have already gone into the kernel, so today it is really 8k+4k and the
    > talk is to move it to 4k+4k.

    actually irq stacks aren't enabled with 8K stacks right now, so your
    statement isn't correct.


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