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SubjectRe: [PATCH 00/10] CPUFreq: Fixes & Cleanups for 3.12
On 3 August 2013 17:37, Rafael J. Wysocki <> wrote:
> On Saturday, August 03, 2013 05:19:18 PM Viresh Kumar wrote:
>> Hi Rafael,
>> This patchset tries to fix & cleanup many existing cpufreq core issues. First
>> four patches tries to cleanup basic problems in cpufreq core. Its first patch
>> was earlier sent separately but now is part of this series.
>> Fifth patch was also sent earlier as reply to your patches and was reviewed by
>> Srivatsa. Sixth patch was picked from Lukasz's patchset on introducing software
>> "boost" feature in core. It will be used by this patchset.
>> And last four are the most significant part of this set. They try to make many
>> things simple and robust.
>> This is rebased of your bleeding-edge branch + two patches from you:
>> 18a6b03 cpufreq: Avoid double kobject_put() for the same kobject in error code path
>> d0cde63 cpufreq: Do not hold driver module references for additional policy CPUs
>> abe513f Merge branch 'acpi-sleep-next' into linux-next
>> They are also pushed in my cpufreq-next branch
> How much testing has that received so far?

I planned to add this information but forgot at the last moment. It
was partially
tested. As it was mostly developed over the weekend I wasn't able to do much
of testing. I posted it to get early comments, and testing would complete by
beginning of next week.


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