Re: [patch 0/3] Per cpu relocation to ZERO and x86_32 percpu ops on x86_64

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* Christoph Lameter <[email protected]> wrote:

> On Fri, 30 Nov 2007, Ingo Molnar wrote:
> > This was not any "formal" x86 maintainance activity - your patches are 
> > still cooking. But i was thinking about maybe putting these patches into 
> > the x86 test grind to get them shaken out some more the random 1000 
> > bootup tests a day that it does. When integrating your patches I found a 
> > bug and tentatively reported it to you, pointing out that it could 
> > easily be my merge fault. Basically i was offering you to let your 
> > patches cook in another kitchen as well. I never before had a negative 
> > response to that :-/
> You could have asked me for a patch against the x86 tree instead of 
> forcing these into your tree. [...]

ugh? What i did was something even better: i merged your patches myself 
(with some caveats, which i pointed out). That's something that people 
consider as a "cool, you just saved me some work!" moment, not a "hey, 
dont you dare forcing MY patches into your tree" incident ;-) At least 
that's how 99.9% of the people on lkml typically see it.

You really need to take a vacation ASAP! =B-)

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