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    SubjectRe: [PATCH 1/6] Initialize the per-CPU data area.
    On Monday 25 September 2006 22:59, Jeremy Fitzhardinge wrote:
    > Andi Kleen wrote:
    > > If this is really 1/1 why does it patch a file called pda.h?
    > >
    > > I've thrown away the local pda patches before this because I assumed
    > > you started fresh.
    > >
    > > Somehow I'm not surprised that nothing applies. You seem to always
    > > start with some random tree that nobody else has.
    > >
    > Well, it's based on -mm, but I guess that includes pieces of your patch
    > series. I was a bit surprised to see pda.h still in -mm with the rest
    > dropped.

    I see. Andrew reverted some stuff to fix his PII (which I broke BTW
    it wasn't a problem in your original patches) but he didn't revert everything
    only starting from the bisected patch.

    Ok on the next resync everything will be dropped there.

    > > Anyways, this patchkit has caused so much trouble and churn that I'll drop
    > > it for now until after the .19 merge is done.
    > >
    > I'll respin it against your patches later today.

    Thanks. It's not that urgent because the merge will need a few days
    at least.

    Also I must admit I haven't figured out yet if yours or Rusty's patchkit
    is better. So far I was leaning towards yours, but that might be because
    I haven't looked closely at Rusty's version.

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