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SubjectRe: [PATCH -v10 0/4] Lock-less list
On Thu, Jan 20, 2011 at 8:14 PM, Ingo Molnar <> wrote:
> * huang ying <> wrote:
>> > But will all that stuff be accepted? Please stop sending infrastructure bits and
>> > focus on your larger RAS picture, once you have consensus on that from all
>> > parties involved, then, and only then, does it make sense to submit everything,
>> > including infrastructure.
>> I am not sending hardware error reporting infrastructure.  As far as I know, Linus
>> and Andrew suggest to use printk for hardware error reporting.  And now, I just
>> try to write APEI driver and reporting hardware error with printk.  Is it
>> acceptable?  Do you have some other idea about hardware error reporting?
> Erm, how could you possible have missed the perf based RAS daemon work of Boris,
> which we've pointed out about half a dozen times already?

Even if there is some other hardware error reporting infrastructure
such as perf based, I think we still need printk too. After all, as
Linus pointed out, printk is the most popular error reporting
mechanism so far. Do you think so?

Best Regards,
Huang Ying
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