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SubjectRe: Linux 2.2.18pre20
Alan Cox wrote:
>
> > On Tue, Nov 07, 2000 at 09:02:36PM -0500, Michael Rothwell wrote:
> > > 64-bit printk.
> >
> > Please consider this one Alan, if not for v2.2.18, then at least for
> > v2.2.19pre1.
>
> Nobody has explained why we even need it.

Alan Cox wrote:
>
> Why do we need it ?

To print 64-bit debugging output on 32-bit machines. I personally need
it to aid with development of a 64-bit filesystem. We're maintaining our
own 2.2.17 patched kernel here, but I figure that other people can make
use of 64-bit printk in their efforts as well.

Perhaps a better question would be, why reject it? 2.4 supports 64-bit
printk, right? It would be nice to have it on 2.2 as well, as it may be
a while before 2.4 is widely used in production machines.

-M
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