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SubjectRe: [PATCH] 2.4-ac task->cpu abstraction and optimization
Robert Love writes:
> On Thu, 2002-09-12 at 02:52, Mikael Pettersson wrote:
> > This is fairly similar to the "up-opt" patch I have been using for my
> > 2.4 standard (not -ac) kernels since last winter, available as
> > <>.
> > It's not a direct substitute for yours, since -ac changes kernel/sched.c
> > quite a bit, and it has some unnecessary patches to SMP code, but other
> > than that, I totally agree with the intention of your patch.
> Good ;)
> I should of added this is from 2.5; so it has been around for awhile. I

Actually, the 2.5 patch sort of originates from my 2.4 patch: I did a 2.5
version, Dave Jones included it in the -dj kernel, and Ingo pulled it out
and pushed it into Linus' kernel.

> also took a look at your patch -- looks good, you should submit it to
> Marcelo... it cannot hurt for 2.4.

I might do that, unless Alan plans on pushing the -ac sched.c stuff to
Marcelo, in which case my patch would just confuse things. Alan?

> - int processor;
> +#ifdef CONFIG_SMP
> + int processor; /* keep old name to avoid upsetting all archs */
> +#endif
> It is normally bad form to have conditionally entries in the
> task_struct... otherwise, looks good.

I did that mainly to help catch unconverted references to ->processor.
It's easy enough to clean out.

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