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SubjectRe: [PATCH 2.6.13-rc6] cpu_exclusive sched domains build fix
Dinakar wrote:
> I'll ack this for now until I fix the problems that I am seeing
> on ppc64

Thanks, Dinakar.

Linus - do *NOT* actually apply the literal patch that Dinakar ack'd.

1) It's logic is backwards - arrgh.
2) It doesn't undo the other attempt to partially disable this.
3) It's not a formally submitted and signed off patch from me, but
just a (useful) topic of discussion.

I have a pair of patches running through crosstool on several arch's now.

The first patch undoes the partial disable of the cpuset to sched
domain connection that is in 2.6.13-rc7 now.

The second patch does what Nick and Dinakar now agree is right -
totally disabling the ability for exclusive cpusets to define
sched domains in 2.6.13.

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