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SubjectRe: [PATCH 1/1] UML: fix missing non-blocking I/O, now DEBUG_SHIRQ works
On Tue, Jun 12, 2007 at 08:44:37AM +0300, Eduard-Gabriel Munteanu wrote:
> Okay, I don't have an x86_64, sparc64 or something similar, as my
> computer is an x86, so I can't contradict this. If everything is fine on
> such arches, no fix is needed when nothing's broken... though I still
> think it's kind of ugly (though it's somehow ingenious as a hack) :)

Yeah, I would agree with that.

> Do you want me to resubmit the patch without these changes? I'll be back
> in a few hours (got to go now) and trim this out from the patch if
> that's necessary.

I have it in my tree now, without that set of changes. If you want to
make the change yourself, send me a new patch, and I'll use it.
Otherwise, I'll stick with what I have now.

Jeff

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