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SubjectRe: does an initcall level of "0s" actually exist?
On 06-08-08 00:51, Robert P. J. Day wrote:

> from include/asm-generic/vmlinux.lds.h:
>
> #define INITCALLS \
> *(.initcallearly.init) \
> VMLINUX_SYMBOL(__early_initcall_end) = .; \
> *(.initcall0.init) \
> *(.initcall0s.init) \
> *(.initcall1.init) \
> *(.initcall1s.init) \
> ... etc ...
>
> but from include/linux/init.h:
>
> #define pure_initcall(fn) __define_initcall("0",fn,0)
>
> #define core_initcall(fn) __define_initcall("1",fn,1)
> #define core_initcall_sync(fn) __define_initcall("1s",fn,1s)
> #define postcore_initcall(fn) __define_initcall("2",fn,2)
> #define postcore_initcall_sync(fn) __define_initcall("2s",fn,2s)
>
> i don't see any initcalls of level "0s". in any event, might it not
> be cleaner to have these files sync up? no big deal, of course. i'm
> well aware that it doesn't break anything.

Last I heard, all sync levels were on their way out (Arjan).

Rene.


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