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SubjectRe: [patch] revert: [NET]: Fix races in net_rx_action vs netpoll

* David Miller <> wrote:

> From: Ingo Molnar <>
> Date: Mon, 16 Jul 2007 23:51:17 +0200
> > i also offered to quickly try any test-version of the fixed patch, so
> > there's a real and deterministic path towards fixing the patch. The
> > regression is obvious and triggers all the time.
> For you.

I can certainly keep the revert around in my trees. (although it's a
complication, i have to take care for it to never leak out into any
external trees, etc. - but it's not a big issue)

Fundamentally, i trust Olaf to fix this quickly, and i dont want to make
a too big fuss about this, but in general it's always better to revert
patches causing known regressions (unless the revert is hugely complex
and other changes depend on it - but this isnt the case here). I can
also run whatever test-patches of Olaf, that would instrument/dump
whatever info is needed to fix this. So Olaf's debugging effort is not
hindered in any way as far as i can see.

I think if you leaned back and thought it through, and if you applied
this scenario to a bad scheduler commit from me that broke your box,
you'd readily agree with me =B-) (which scenario is purely hypothetical,
my scheduler commits are all 100% perfect of course ;-)

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