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SubjectRe: [PATCH 0/3] jump label: updates for 2.6.37
On Tue, 2010-11-23 at 18:10 -0500, Steven Rostedt wrote:

> Anyway, I just tried what you explained with the current kernel, with
> and without jump labels and, without jump labels, the module has its
> kmalloc tracepoint traced, but with jump labels it does not. So we can
> treat this as a regression, which is something that can go into an -rc.
> The change log must state that this _is_ a regression, or Linus may not
> accept it.

I really dislike the first patch... Preferably I'd simply fully revert
all the jump-label stuff and try again next round with a saner

There's a really good simple fix for this, simply disable the gcc
trickery for .37 and use the fallback.

Then for .38, mandate the key type to be atomic_t * and switch to the
SWITCH_POINT() interface from hpa.

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