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Subjectwhy no call to add_interrupt_randomness() on PPC?

With all the talk about randomness, I went to see where my current system
(2.2.19 on PPC) was getting random numbers from. I was kind of surprised to see
that there is no call to add_interrupt_randomness() in arch/ppc/kernel/irq.c.

Does anyone know why this call is not present in ppc_irq_dispatch_handler()?
Would it be appropriate for me to make a patch for this? Who would be the
appropriate person to send this to?

Thanks,

Chris

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