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SubjectRe: [PATCH] x86 NUMA panic compile error
On Mon, May 15, 2006 at 04:06:18PM -0700, H. Peter Anvin wrote:
> Followup to: <>
> By author: Andi Kleen <>
> In newsgroup:
> >
> > > x86 is a legacy architecture now anyway, right? ;)
> > I wish everybody would agree on that @)
> >
> It's going to live on for a very long time, though. Intel is still
> shipping some very fast 64-bit-deficient silicon. Once that's gone,
> it's going to live on for decades in the embedded world.

There's also a surprising number of people still running
their shiny new x86-64's in 32 bit mode. (I suspect because
they're reliant upon applications that aren't 64-bit clean
that for whatever reason don't run in 32-bit emulation).

I'd be surprised if any of the major distros stopped shipping
a 32-bit x86 release for several years.


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