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SubjectRe: kernel config
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> Cliff
>
> Thanks for your input. I've checked the tests you ran and found that the kernel
> config was set at default which means preemptible and low latency were
> disabled. I dont see a way of changing the kernel config, and I need these
> enabled in the tests. Suggestions?
>
> Regards,
> Con Kolivas
>
>
Thanks for the thanks. We don't have a way to tweak the .config per test
currently.
The .config is adjusted automagically for the machine type.
However, there is a workaround. The PLM supports chains of patches, so you
could do a short diff from -ck3 with only the switch changes, and that
can be applied to -ck3 (PLM #768) automagically by the PLM.
If you aren't yet up on the PLM, i'd be glad to do the submitting if you
send me the diff.
cliffw



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