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SubjectRe: any chance of 2.6.0-test*?
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> I've only compiled (and haven't tested this code), but it should be much
> faster than the original code. Why? Because we're eliminating an extra
> "jump" in several places in the code every time open would be called.
> Yes, it's more code, so the kernel is a little bigger, but it should be
> faster at the same time, and memory should be less of an issue nowadays.
>
> Here's the patch if you want to apply it (i have only compile tested it,
> I haven't booted with it).. This patch applied to the 2.5.56 kernel.
>
> --- open.c.orig 2003-01-12 16:17:01.000000000 -0500
> +++ open.c 2003-01-12 16:22:32.000000000 -0500
> @@ -100,44 +100,58 @@
>
> error = -EINVAL;
> if (length < 0) /* sorry, but loff_t says... */
> - goto out;
> + return error;

Please don't do such things. The next time locking is changed and a lock
is needed here, some poor guy has to go through that and change all
back to goto.
This may not be applicable here, but as a general rule, don't do it.
I speak from experience.

As for efficiency, that is the compiler's job.

Regards
Oliver

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