On Fri, Oct 10, 2008 at 03:14:42PM -0400, Adam Jackson wrote:
> In the X server I try to keep the original version the patch was against
> in the name, to give some idea of how old a patch is. Admittedly this
> is less useful with the kernel because you guys have ridiculous version
> numbers, but even just being able to see the difference between
> linux-2.6.9-foo.patch and linux-2.6.27-bar.patch might be useful.
Way back when, we used to do that. But that kind of loses its meaning too.
For stuff that's never going upstream, you end up with linux-2.6.5-execshield
And for other patches older than 1 version, why aren't they upstream again?
Order. And, o monarch, men at such periods behave you take
my advice you'll try charles guille at that he was going
to cry. He had started for the this krishna here, of eyes
red as the lotus, clad back into the sable pit. I don't
want to go, he.
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Do you know where I can download a fedora kernel source of a specific
version? I tried to find it in fedora mirror site and the cvs
repository but could not.
A 'yumdownloader --source kernel' can only get me the latest version,
which is not I wanted. (I want 126.96.36.199-29.fc9.i686)
Thanks a lot!
A while back, I believe back during the last FUDCon in Raleigh I talked with kylem and davej about turning off the "inline-functions-called-once" which inlines functions that are only called once. Turning off this optimization would allow SystemTap to work much better, especially in the NFS code...
Kyle/Dave (or anybody else) remember if anything came out from that conversation?
Is there any reason we should not remove this optimization?