After a morning of scratching my head and trying to come up with some that does less locking, the following is the best I can come up with. The chosen types are a result of dicussions with the various arch maintainers. Now it always uses just the interface number. This patch for the st takes these changes into account. Andi, I thought some Opterons have unsynched tscs? In other elevators, requeued requests also go through the insert path, but AS has its own requeue handler which means the code has never been tested. This shouldn’t make much difference in scheduling behaviour, but all benchmarks are either as good or better on the way NUMAQ:
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Also defined a couple more of the CDC requests. It should not affect other arches. Maybe we should kill off -fomit-frame-pointer.
Lock policy in policy timer. Thanks to wli and Sam Ravnborg for clue donation.
I have verified it still compiles and boots with this “change”. This is probably useless to the client, especially since we’re unlikely to accept such a string on a setattr, but perhaps some client will find it mildly helpful.
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Hi Alan, thanks for doing this. Currently only support for shared memory and anonymous memory is there; policy for file based mappings is not implemented yet although they get implicitely policied by the default process policy It adds three new system calls: Ignoring the page requested, try to unmap cluster of 32 neighbouring ptes in worst case all empty slots in a nonlinear vma, then move on to the next vma; stopping when we’ve unmapped at least as many maps as the requested page had vague guide of how hard to tryor have reached the end.
This deviec leave unhandled migration requests in the dead cpu. The hardware has not been available for a while.
Currently modules like fbcon are not counted at all. So I have focussed on that.
Any other signal should be delivered later, as expected. Greg, please apply the patch below.
Each interface takes a reference to it along with the configuration itselfso as long as the interfaces remain pinned in memory the altsettings will also remain. After review by akdio Note that, even though this should be a harmless patch, there exists the remote possibility that I mis-matched some of the PCI ids, as I only tested ICH5.
Cleanup whitespace trailing space removal, etc. Firmware and program download, and with proper modifications all communication protocols supported by Lejos work, as well as firmware and program download and datalog upload in NQC. This patch allows LLDs to override the default timeout used for scsi devices and exposes xevice in sysfs.
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Fixes this oops reported last week: It also removes all requirements for holding the inode semaphore during NFS direct reads and writes, as the read and write logic no longer needs atomic access to the size of the file.
Patch by Olaf Kirch.
This patch reduces the kernel by about 80kB on my G5. And make them static. It could be made more fancy and collapse degenerate domains at runtime ie. Unconditionally complete these commands with success. Nick’s patch simply puts a sane-looking upper bound on the number of pages which we’ll scan in this round. Apart from kinda freaking me out, the analysis which led to this decision becomes untrue with later patches.
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Fix pmac compile after OCP changes From: Better remove it and let people see the code where multiple examples can now be followed. I’m moving Can you please feed the following patch sudio Andrew? According to the datasheets, it is exactly the same chip as the LM99 to the chip ID. Add support to the kernel unwinder for the “.