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SubjectRe: [resend][PATCH 2/4] Revert "oom: deprecate oom_adj tunable"
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> > > Yes, I've tested it, and it deprecates the tunable as expected.  A single 
> > > warning message serves the purpose well: let users know one time without
> > > being overly verbose that the tunable is deprecated and give them
> > > sufficient time (2 years) to start using the new tunable. That's how
> > > deprecation is done.
> >
> > no sense.
> >
> > Why do their application need to rewrite for *YOU*? Okey, you will got
> > benefit from your new knob. But NOBDOY use the new one. and People need
> > to rewrite their application even though no benefit.
> >
> > Don't do selfish userland breakage!
>
> And you said you ignore bug even though you have seen it. It suck!


At v2.6.36-rc1, oom-killer doesn't work at all because YOU BROKE.
And I was working on fixing it.

2010-08-19
http://marc.info/?t=128223176900001&r=1&w=2
http://marc.info/?t=128221532700003&r=1&w=2
http://marc.info/?t=128221532500008&r=1&w=2
However, You submitted new crap before the fixing.

2010-08-15
http://marc.info/?t=128184669600001&r=1&w=2
If you tested mainline a bit, you could find the problem quickly.
You should have fixed mainline kernel at first.


Again, YOU HAVEN'T TESTED YOUR OWN PATCH AT ALL.







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