Re: Linux 2.5.70 compile error
From: Martin J. Bligh (email@example.com)
Date: Wed May 28 2003 - 10:31:42 EST
> (1) APIC vs. xAPIC
> (2) clustered hierarchical DFR vs. flat DFR
> (3) physical DESTMOD vs. logical DESTMOD in IO-APIC RTE's
> (4) wakeup via INIT or via NMI
> (5) physical IPI's or logical IPI's
> So one could easily form destinations by:
Yes. It's fixable, and I think that's a good project for 2.7, but I really
don't think that level of change is justified at the moment. Testing this
stuff is a pain in the ass, it's a lot of work to do properly and carefully.
And what does that change buy us in reality? Not a lot.
I agree it would be nice to do ... just not the focus during a 2.6
stabilisation effort, when we have so many other more important things to
work on, that would have real impact.
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