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SubjectRe: [PATCH] cpuset: Rework sched domains and CPU hotplug handling
Peter Zijlstra wrote:
> On Mon, 2008-07-28 at 16:07 +0200, Ingo Molnar wrote:
>> * Max Krasnyansky <> wrote:
>>> Max Krasnyansky wrote:
>>>> This is an updated version of my previous cpuset patch:
>>>> "Make rebuild_sched_domains() usable from any context (take 2)"
>>> Folks,
>>> Any comments on this patch ? We need this to complete sched domain
>>> handling fixes/improvements that we started with the cpu_active_map,
>>> and to avoid circular locking issues in the cpu hotplug ->
>>> rebuild_sched_domains path.
>> Paul, Peter, any comments?
> I'm really not that at home with all that cgroup fiddling, so I'd like a
> word from the two Pauls..
> Questions I have at the moment:
> - do we really need a new workqueue for this? Can't we use the regular
> keventd stuff, now that Oleg fixed the get_online_cpus() thing?
> (3da1c84c00c7e5fa8348336bd8c342f9128b0f14)
No we do not. I was not sure when that will workqueue fix would go in.
I'll send a delta patch on top.

> - aren't there funny races with the async_rebuild_sched_domains()
> stuff?
Rebuilds via cpu hotplug path are synchronous, which I believe is
Rebuilds caused by writes into /dev/cpuset do not have to be. I cannot
think of a scenario where race in that path would be an issue.


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