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SubjectRe: softirq bugs in pre2
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> The copy-user latency fixes only make sense for out-of-line copies. If
> we're going to have a conditional function call to "schedule()", we do not
> want to inline the dang thing any more - we've just destroyed our register
> set etc anyway.

Is there any reason we still inline so many copy_* and put/get user calls. I
can't benchmark a difference out of line and the code shrinkage is more
than measurable (AMD Athlon 550 and AMD Athlon 1GHz)
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