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SubjectRe: [PATCH v4 0/3] x86, apic, kexec: Add disable_cpu_apic kernel parameter
On Mon, Nov 11, 2013 at 01:49:41PM +0900, HATAYAMA Daisuke wrote:
> Thanks for your testing.
> >I have seen no issues w/ the 3.0.80 dump testing on our proto.
> >
> >On the 2.6.32 testing on our proto, i have hit a low probability (< 5%)
> >chance of the capture suffering a soft lockup hang during
> >"Switching to clocksource hpet." I have not RCA'd this yet.
> >Note, I have seen this issue on earlier version of the patch, so
> >it is not specific to this version.
> >
> >I then tested the 2.6.32 port on a dl380. This worked without issue.
> >
> >Note, I have seen no issues related to this patch on our proto when
> >booting the capture with a single processor.
> >
> >While I am still pursuing the issue of the 2.6.32 kernel on our proto,
> >I believe this patch is good and should be accepted.
> >
> This seems there's something that depends on the system you used. But I
> have never verified my patch set on 2.6.32-based kernel. I'll try to
> do a similar test on some FJ systems.
> The 2.6.32-based kernel you mean is one of the Longterm release kernels,
> right? So, you used on the test the 2.6.32-based Longterm release kernel
> with my v4 patch, right?

I've been using 2.6.32 and 3.0.80 based kernels from different distros.
These are not the same as long term kernels on

I see you've posted an updated version of the patch. i've picked it
up and will test.


Jerry Hoemann Software Engineer Hewlett-Packard/MODL

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