Re: Please test my alpha tree

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On Thu, Jan 13, 2011 at 10:10:12AM +1300, Michael Cree wrote:
> On 12/01/11 18:29, Matt Turner wrote:
>> On boot-up of my UP1500, I see
>> HWRPB cycle frequency bogus.  Estimated 796423805 Hz
>> Trying to install interrupt handler for IRQ8
>> ------------[ cut here ]------------
>> WARNING: at kernel/softirq.c:138 __local_bh_enable+0xa8/0xc0()
> I don't think that's related to the __do_IRQ removal.  It occurs in the 
> 2.6.37 kernel just released.  Was discussed on linux-alpha with no 
> resolution; see
> and following 
> messages in thread.

Fixed, the patch will follow shortly.

>> Ivan, the last patch in my tree is a breakage fix that you proposed.
>> It seems fine to me; can you please give your sign-off?
> The commit message should give more information.  How about the following?
> Commit df9ee29270 made arch_local_irq_save and arch_local_irq_restore 
> static inline which with -Werror trips up on __set_hae() and _set_hae() 
> which are extern inline.  The naive solution is to make __set_hae() and 
> set_hae() static inline but for reasons described in commit d559d4a24a3fe 
> this breaks the generic kernel build.  Instead, since this is architecture 
> specific code, this patch hard wires in the architecture specific method of 
> disabling and enabling interrupts.

Agreed, that would be nice description.

> You can also add my Tested-by (I tested on generic, miata and dp264 kernel 
> builds).

Matt, feel free to add
 Signed-off-by: Ivan Kokshaysky <ink@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>

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