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    SubjectRe: [RFC] 2.5.8 sort kernel tables
    Keith Owens writes:

    > The use of __init and __exit sections breaks the assumption that tables
    > such as __ex_table are sorted, it has already broken the dbe table in
    > mips on 2.5. This patch against 2.5.8 adds a generic sort routine and
    > sorts the i386 exception table.
    >
    > This sorting needs to be extended to several other tables, to all
    > architectures, to modutils (insmod loads some of these tables for

    We already sort the kernel exception table on PPC using an insertion
    sort. We have chrp, pmac, prep sections as well as init, which is why
    we had to do that.

    BTW, do you have any valid examples of use of copy_to/from_user or
    get/put_user in an init section?

    Regards,
    Paul.
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