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SubjectRe: [patch] revert: [NET]: Fix races in net_rx_action vs netpoll
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From: Ingo Molnar <mingo@elte.hu>
Date: Tue, 17 Jul 2007 00:37:18 +0200

> 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 ;-)

Actually I'd probably send you a patch for any bug I found that
triggered on sparc64, since that's faster than asking you to fix a bug
that you are unlikely to be able to trigger on your own systems.

But that's just how I operate.

Ask Thomas Gleixner. Every single hrtimers/nohz bug I've found on
sparc64, I sent him either a full fix or a full analysis of the bug
and a description of exactly what is going on and what needs to be
changed so he can compose the bug fix patch with minimal effort.

I don't ask people to revert, ever. It's never necessary when the
parties involved are extremely competent and responsive.
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