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SubjectRe: [Lse-tech] Re: [PATCH 2.5.58] new NUMA scheduler: fix
On Tue, 2003-01-14 at 11:02, Michael Hohnbaum wrote:
> On Tue, 2003-01-14 at 08:43, Erich Focht wrote:
> > Aargh, I should have gone home earlier...
> > For those who really care about patch 05, it's attached. It's all
> > untested as I don't have a ia32 NUMA machine running 2.5.58...
> One more minor problem - the first two patches are missing the
> following defines, and result in compile issues:
> #define MAX_INTERNODE_LB 40
> #define MIN_INTERNODE_LB 4
> Looking through previous patches, and the 05 patch, I found
> these defines and put them under the #if CONFIG_NUMA in sched.c
> that defines node_nr_running and friends.
> With these three lines added, I have a kernel built and booted
> using the first numa-sched and numa-sched-add patches.
> Test results will follow later in the day.

Trying to apply the 05 patch, I discovered that it was already
in there. Something is messed up with the combined patches, so
I went back to the tgz file you provided and started over. I'm
not sure what the kernel is that I built and tested earlier today,
but I suspect it was, for the most part, the complete patchset
(i.e., patches 1-5). Building a kernel with patches 1-4 from
the tgz file does not need the additional defines mentioned in
my previous email.

Testing is starting from scratch with a known patch base. The
plan is to test with patches 1-4, then add in 05. I should have
some numbers for you before the end of my day. btw, the numbers
looked real good for the runs on whatever kernel it was that I
built this morning.
> Michael
> > Erich

Michael Hohnbaum 503-578-5486 T/L 775-5486

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