RE: [patch 0/2] x86, ptrace: support for branch trace store(BTS)

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>yep, i already tried to check how well it integrates to x86.git:

I ported it to scm/linux/kernel/git/x86/linux-2.6-x86.git mm.
I will send out the patch and then look at the below discussion.

>the code does not seem to be layered correctly: i'd suggest to 
>read the 
>discussion between Roland McGrath and Alan Stern on lkml, about kwatch 
>-> hw_breakpoint, to see how a more general debugging framework 
>can/should be built. These things shouldnt be limited to user-space 
>alone, the kernel could probably use hardware tracing even more than 
>user-space could. (because it's a much harder to debug environment)

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