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    SubjectRe: [RFC] [Patch 4/4] lock contention tracking slimmed down

    * Peter Zijlstra <a.p.zijlstra@chello.nl> wrote:

    > we have around 1400 locks in the kernel, this would give 414400 per cpu.
    >
    > vs the old code:
    >
    > 2048*(4*8) = 65536
    > +
    > 2048*(4*4*8 + 4*8) = 327680 per cpu
    >
    > worst case
    >
    > I'm not convinced 300 lines less code is worth that extra bloat.

    agreed, this is not worth it. It would be acceptable if the statistics
    stuff was flexible enough to have the same footprint as the current
    lockstat data structures.

    Ingo
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