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SubjectRe: 2.6.13-rc3-mm1 (ckrm)
Shailabh wrote:
> So if the current CPU controller
> implementation is considered too intrusive/unacceptable, it can be
> reworked or (and we certainly hope not) even rejected in perpetuity.

It is certainly reasonable that you would hope such.

But this hypothetical possibility concerns me a little. Where would
that leave CKRM, if it was in the mainline kernel, but there was no CPU
controller in the mainline kernel? Wouldn't that be a rather serious
problem for many users of CKRM if they wanted to work on mainline
kernels?

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