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    SubjectRe: kfree(NULL)
    "Hua Zhong" <hzhong@gmail.com> wrote:
    >
    > > struct likeliness {
    > > char *file;
    > > int line;
    > > atomic_t true_count;
    > > atomic_t false_count;
    > > struct likeliness *next;
    > > };
    >
    > It seems including atomic.h inside compiler.h is a bit tricky (might have interdependency).
    >
    > Can we just live with int instead of atomic_t? We don't really care about losing a count occasionally..

    Sure, int or long would work OK.

    > > It'll crash if a module gets registered then unloaded.
    > > CONFIG_MODULE_UNLOAD=n would be required.
    >
    > What about init data that is thrown away after boot?

    Good point. Putting #ifndef CONFIG_foo around init/main.c:init()'s call to
    free_initmem would fix that.
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