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SubjectRe: [RFC PATCH] Add CRC checksum for RCU lists

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> This has been wondering me some time. Kernel oopses also use [<%p>],
> but what really for are two sort of braces needed?


I believe the notation of [<some-hex-number>] has always been a
representation of instruction pointer. Seems that's what's used for all
outputs of instruction pointers that I've seen (well most really).

-- Steve

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