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    SubjectRe: [PATCH 05/11] android: ram_console: split out persistent ram
    On Wed, Mar 07, 2012 at 05:34:32PM -0800, John Stultz wrote:
    > From: Colin Cross <>
    > Split ram_console into two halves.
    > persistent_ram is a set of apis that handle a block of memory
    > that does not get erased across a reboot. It provides functions
    > to fill it as a single buffer or a ring buffer, and to extract
    > the old data after a reboot. It handles ecc on the data to
    > correct bit errors introduced during reboot.

    That's a nice idea, but why are you rolling your own interface here and
    not using the built-in one that the kernel already provides? Is there
    something lacking with what we have today that requires you to create
    something different? If so, why not just modify the existing interface
    to make it work for you, that way the tools already created will work
    automatically, and you will not have problems later ripping this out and
    porting it to the in-kernel api.

    Because of this, sorry, I can't take the rest of these patches in this
    series. If the 10th or 11th ones are needed, care to refresh it against
    my tree and resend it so that I can take it?


    greg k-h

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