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SubjectRe: Oops in 2.4.0-ac5
> This is why my original NMI for UP code in kdb uses wrmsr_eio() instead
> of wrmsr. wrmsr_eio() catches errors where the APIC does not support
> the msr and returns EIO instead of oopsing and taking the kernel with
> it. I could never persuade Ingo to use wrmsr_eio() and check the
> return code, maybe this will change his mind. Extract from kdb v1.7.

I have a patch from Ingo to fix this one properly. Its just getting tested
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