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SubjectRe: [PATCH] x86, efi: change name of efi_no_storage_paranoia parameter to efi_storage_paranoia
Date writes:

> Am 08.11.2013 08:33, schrieb Yasuaki Ishimatsu:
>> According to above works, efi_no_storage_paranoia parameter was prepared
>> for sane UEFI which can do gc and fulfills spec. But why need a system
>> with a sane UEFI set the parameter? It is wrong. A system with a broken
>> UEFI should set the parameter.
> And how does one know that his UEFI is broken?
> "Oh my board is briked because I wrote too much into a variable, maybe setting
> efi_storage_paranoia would have saved me. Let's try with the next board..." ;)
Agreed. It's hard for people to fix their briked motherboard. At least
it's hard for someone who is the first time meet this issue like me. :-(
and IMO, at least 51% of uefi firmwares on the world is buggy... ;)
However, if we simply make all buggy firmware become a brick, the
vendors will more careful in their next generation of products... But
it's painful for everyone, both customers and vendors.
> Thanks,
> //richard
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