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    SubjectRe: [PATCH 0/3] core: fix build error when referencing arch specific structures
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    On Friday 07 September 2007 05:09, travis@sgi.com wrote:
    > Since the core kernel routines need to reference cpu_sibling_map,
    > whether it be a static array or a per_cpu data variable, an access
    > function has been defined.
    >
    > In addition, changes have been made to the ia64 and ppc64 arch's to
    > move the cpu_sibling_map from a static cpumask_t array [NR_CPUS] to
    > be per_cpu cpumask_t arrays.
    >
    > Note that I do not have the ability to build or test patch 3/3, the
    > ppc64 changes.
    >
    > Patches are referenced against 2.6.23-rc4-mm1 .

    It would be better if you could redo the patches with the original patches
    reverted, not incremental changes. In the end we'll need a full patch set
    with full changelog anyways, not a series of incremental fixes.

    Also I guess some powerpc testers would be needed. Perhaps cc the
    maintainers?

    -Andi
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