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SubjectRe: [PATCH 0/2] x86/pci: Renaming numa into numaq
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On Friday, July 11, 2008 12:27:33 pm Ingo Molnar wrote:
> * Robert Richter <robert.richter@amd.com> wrote:
> > This patch series renames numa into numaq for x86/pci code.
>
> applied to tip/x86/unify-pci:
>
> Robert Richter (5):
> x86/pci: Removing pci-y in Makefile
> x86/pci: Changing subsystem initialization order for NUMA
> x86/pci: renamed: numa.c -> numaq_32.c
> x86/pci: renaming numa into numaq
> x86/pci: Changing subsystem init for visws
>
> thanks Robert.
>
> Jesse, do you give us a general Ack for this direction and these
> commits? The changes are way too intermixed with other x86 bits to be
> cleanly separable at this stage, so it would be nice if we merged this
> via the x86 tree. Find below a list of commit IDs that change
> arch/x86/pci/ - all but the last few ones are in linux-next as well.

Yeah, no problem with the general direction. I'll re-review Robert's latest
stuff when I get a chance, but it looked pretty good to me in the first pass.

Thanks,
Jesse


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