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SubjectRe: [PATCH] /proc/sys/kernel/pointer_size

On Wed, 8 Jan 2003, David S. Miller wrote:
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> oprofile can perfectly legitimately be used to monitor 32-bit binaries
> running on under a 64-bit kernel environment. In fact I expect such
> exercises to be very instructive. Anton Blanchard has done this
> already on ppc64.

That's not the _point_.

Oprofile is a system binary, and as such you might as well use a 64-bit
oprofile.

Of y ou can use am /etc/systype file that contains information.

BUT WE DON'T ADD CRAP TO THE KERNEL!

That's final.

Linus

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