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SubjectRe: Boot failure with next-20120208
On 3/23/2012 12:22 PM, Andrew Morton wrote:
> On Mon, 13 Feb 2012 12:16:41 -0800
> Arjan van de Ven <arjan@linux.intel.com> wrote:
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>>> The bug looks pretty generic, nothing very PPC-specific there. It
>>> might affect other architectures - we won't know until we find out
>>> wht caused it.
>>
>> well one half of the race looks pretty generic...
>> ..... doesn't mean the other half of the race is though....
>>
>>
>>>
>>> Ho hum, I suppose I should pull the patch out of linux-next, to
>>> avoid disrupting other testing. This means it's going to be hard
>>> to get the bug fixed.
>>
>> it means losing this one big PPC machine indeed.... until they hit
>> that same race some other way with regular real cpu hotplug ;-(
>
> So we're kinda stuck with this. As I can't merge it, I guess I'll make
> smp-start-up-non-boot-cpus-asynchronously.patch disappear.


well yeah, PPC is throwing things in the spanner

we're now working on an x86-only patch with basically the same
improvement, but done in a way that does not touch the other architectures

so by all means drop the patch




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