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SubjectRe: [PATCH] misc. kernel preemption bits
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On Thu, 2002-08-29 at 14:24, Andrew Morton wrote:

> Robert Love wrote:
> >
> > ...
> > - we have a debug check in preempt_schedule that, even
> > on detecting a schedule with irqs disabled, still goes
> > ahead and reschedules. We should return. (me)
> >
>
> OK, but that warning will still come out of the mess in mm/slab.c.

Yah I saw your previous post. There is also a report or two re oops on
poisoned memory with SLAB_DEBUG and preempt enabled - which should be
fixed by the above return but one report says it does not.

Anyhow, your new methods are fine... if they work, they work.

I am starting to get concerned over the number of routines we are having
to define. It is getting complicated (i.e. the
inc_preempt_non_preempt() stuff).

Maybe keep these local to mm/slab.c ?

Robert Love

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