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SubjectRe: [PATCH] lockdep: disable lock debugging when kernel state becomes untrusted
Andrew Morton wrote:
> On Tue, 5 Sep 2006 08:40:42 +0200
> Voluspa <> wrote:
>>> That would appear to be a bug. debug_locks_off() is running
>>> console_verbose() waaaay after the locking selftest code has
>>> completed.
>> The possibly final -rc6 is likewise broken. What would it take to incur
>> some respect for us, the millions of users effected by this shit?
>> Should we all become quasi-developers and bombard lkml with patches
>> that taint the kernel whenever some of the Intel binary blobs are
>> loaded?

don't use those btw, they're ancient and unneeded/superceded since ages.

>> Would that cluebat Arjan off of his high horse?
> Thanks for the reminder ;)
> Arjan, what's that console_verbose() doing in debug_locks_off()? Whatever
> it is, can we fix it? Presumably the previous loglevel needs to be
> readopted somehow, or we just take it out of there.

I'd say take them out of there; I don't know why they're there in the first place.. Ingo ?
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