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    SubjectRe: [13/18] x86_64: Allow fallback for the stack
    On Tue, 9 Oct 2007, Nick Piggin wrote:

    > > We already use 32k stacks on IA64. So the memory argument fail there.
    >
    > I'm talking about generic code.

    The stack size is set in arch code not in generic code.

    > > > The solution has until now always been to fix the problems so they don't
    > > > use so much stack. Maybe a bigger stack is OK for you for 1024+ CPU
    > > > systems, but I don't think you'd be able to make that assumption for most
    > > > normal systems.
    > >
    > > Yes that is why I made the stack size configurable.
    >
    > Fine. I just don't see why you need this fallback.

    So you would be ok with submitting the configurable stacksize patches
    separately without the fallback?
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