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SubjectRe: [PATCH] dumpstack: x86: various small unification steps

* Alexander van Heukelum <> wrote:

> Hi Ingo,
> Here is the first round of unification of dumpstack_32.c
> and dumpstack_64.c. The first patch can also be seen as
> a clean-up of the traps.c-unification as I forgot to move
> one function at the time. Anyhow, the series depends on
> the traps unification.

great - i've created tip/x86/dumpstack for this and applied your patches
there. (that branch embedds tip/x86/core which already embedds

> B.T.W., I could reproduce the spontaneous reboot with the
> traps unification with glibc. The change GATE_INTERRUPT ->
> GATE_TRAP fixed the crash there. Usually I test only with
> a small klibc-based userspace, and there the reboot does
> not happen. I guess the int 0x80 interface is less picky.
> (Just to say that I do test the changes a bit ;) )

it also passed -tip testing still then so the changes are fine.

Generally if you see your commits show up and stay in tip/master it
means they get tested with a newly built random kernel about once every
two minutes or so.

regarding klibc, that's interesting: is that the in-kernel klibc from
hpa? Which tree are you using to pull that into tip/master? (unless i
misunderstood what you are doing)


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