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    SubjectRe: [PATCH][trivial] line up 'ESR value before/after enabling vector' messages

    * Dave Jones <davej@redhat.com> wrote:

    > Has this printk actually been useful ? ever ? I notice a majority of
    > the time, it never changes too. If it is useful, how about changing it
    > so it prints something if the value changed ? (Something like patch
    > below maybe?) Or is possible for the APIC to lock up between the two
    > printk's ?

    it was used to debug secondary-CPU startup problems many years ago. It
    is also useful to see whether it's a real APIC we got there. I'd suggest
    to remove the message altogether.

    Ingo
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