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SubjectRe: [rfc][patch] driverfs multi-node(board) patch [2/2]

Matt,

I have some comments about the structure of the code, but those will come
in another email..

> [root@elm3b79 devices]# tree -d root/sys/
> root/sys/
> |-- node0
> | `-- sys
> | |-- cpu0
> | |-- cpu1
> | |-- cpu2
> | |-- cpu3
> | `-- memblk0
> |-- node1
> | `-- sys
> | |-- cpu4
> | |-- cpu5
> | |-- cpu6
> | |-- cpu7
> | `-- memblk1
> |-- pic0
> `-- rtc0

Shouldn't nodes (or, erm, boards) be added as children of the root?
Aren't all types of devices present on the various boards (PCI, etc)?

-pat

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