> There are tens of similar places around the kernel (even in signal.c).
> I was planning to fix this once his patch goes in (some weeks ago I've even
> sent a patch to l-k).
Ok I didnt see that
> IMHO the latter has advantages in speeding things up (because you will
> eliminate most of the 128byte memsets and e.g. copy only 5 32bit words
> instead of 128 bytes to userland).
> It makes a lot of sense to use siginfo_t for passing stuff like segfault
> address, segfault reason and the like and other Unices do it that way.
> What's so odd about that?
Ok. Now I follow the intent of that. Yes it does make sense
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