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SubjectRe: [PATCH] x86 NUMA panic compile error

> I think you are right: there are very few end users running with
> CONFIG_NUMA on normal x86. But, there is a disproportionately large
> number of developers who do it. There are quite a few IBM (and maybe
> more via OSDL) developers who's only access to real NUMA hardware is x86
> NUMAQs and Summit machines. When somebody says "foo is broken on NUMA",
> I go right to an x86 box.
> Anyway, I'd like to think that we've contributed enough to the generic
> NUMA code to have earned our keep and allow our little x86 NUMA "hacks"
> to remain.

Yes that is why i did the "only work on Summit" patch as compromise.
With that you can have your hacks, but it won't impact anybody else.

> x86 is a legacy architecture now anyway, right? ;)
I wish everybody would agree on that @)

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