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SubjectRe: [RFC PATCH 0/9] livepatch: consistency model
On Tue, 10 Mar 2015, Josh Poimboeuf wrote:

> Just an update on the status of this RFC. Thanks to everybody for all
> the useful comments. I plan to incorporate the resulting changes in an
> eventual v2 of this patch set.
>
> But, as Peter and Ingo have pointed out, stack traces are indeed
> unreliable. I have some ideas about how to improve them, coming soon in
> another RFC, which will be a prerequisite for this patch set.

Thanks for the update. Just FYI, in parallel, Jiri Slaby (with help from a
few other people) (added to CC) is working on RFC on a per-thread patching
on top of the livepatching core, so that we can actually compare pros and
cons of both aproaches and implementations.

It might still take some time before its finalized and sent out as a RFC,
as I'd like it to also contain the "fake signal" task handling suggested
by Ingo. Miroslav is working on that part.

--
Jiri Kosina
SUSE Labs


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