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    SubjectRe: + proc-dont-lock-task_structs-indefinitely-cpuset-fix-2.patch added to -mm tree
    On Wed, Mar 01, 2006 at 12:58:02PM -0800, Paul Jackson wrote:
    > Greg wrote:
    > > As reported this is expected, and can be ignored safely. It's just scsi
    > > being bad :)
    >
    > Yeah - so I eventually realized.
    >
    > > > [<a0000001001eac90>] sysfs_create_group+0x30/0x2a0
    > > > sp=e00002343bd97d50 bsp=e00002343bd91120
    > > > [<a000000100809190>] topology_cpu_callback+0x70/0xc0
    > > > sp=e00002343bd97d60 bsp=e00002343bd910f0
    > > > [<a000000100809260>] topology_sysfs_init+0x80/0x120
    > > > sp=e00002343bd97d60 bsp=e00002343bd910d0
    > >
    > > This points at the sysfs cpu patches that are in -mm, which are not in
    > > my tree...
    >
    > So ... what does that mean for who should be looking at this?

    Hm, looks like that stuff went into mainline already, sorry I thought it
    was still in -mm.

    Look at changeset 69dcc99199fe29b0a29471a3488d39d9d33b25fc for details.
    I've cced Yanmin, who did that work.

    thanks,

    greg k-h
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