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SubjectRe: MAX_IO_APICS #ifdef'd wrongly
On Fri, Jan 17, 2003 at 07:53:41AM -0800, Martin J. Bligh wrote:
> Summit needs this too, so it should really be CONFIG_NUMA at least.
> Ideally this would go into subarch if we can move it cleanly (hint, hint ;-))
> But other than that, yes ... I'll merge it.
> Thanks,

I shot for the one liner that fixed the case I could test. Shoving it
into subarch is cleaner, but needs more code movement and changes the
prior semantics. The prior semantics were broken for larger Summit
configurations, hmm. Maybe _all_ the array sizes should go into some
kind of subarch analogue of param.h, e.g. mach_param.h

The only one I can think of that doesn't fly is NR_IRQS; once there
are more interrupt sources than FIRST_SYSTEM_VECTOR - FIRST_DEVICE_VECTOR
the whole of arch/i386/ appears to explode.

Someone somewhere should probably take notice of that.


Bill
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