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SubjectRe: [PATCH 0000/2297] [ANNOUNCE, RFC] "Fast Kernel Headers" Tree -v1: Eliminate the Linux kernel's "Dependency Hell"

* Ingo Molnar <> wrote:

> * Nathan Chancellor <> wrote:
> > > I.e. I think the bug was simply to make main.c aware of the array, now
> > > that the INIT_THREAD initialization is done there.
> >
> > Yes, that seems right.
> >
> > Unfortunately, while the kernel now builds, it does not boot in QEMU. I
> > tried to checkout at 9006a48618cc0cacd3f59ff053e6509a9af5cc18 to see if I
> > could reproduce that breakage there but the build errors out at that
> > change (I do see notes of bisection breakage in some of the commits) so I
> > assume that is expected.
> Yeah, there's a breakage window on ARM64, I'll track down that
> bisectability bug.

I haven't fixed this ARM64 bisection breakage yet, but I've integrated &
backmerged all the other fixes and changes, and pushed it out to the WIP

# 1755441e323b per_task: Implement single template to define 'struct task_struct_per_task' fields and offsets

git:// sched/headers

Let me know if there's anything missing or if there's a new breakage.

This is pretty close to what will be -v2.



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