Re: 2.4.x and SMP fails to compile (`current' undefined)
Tom Leete (email@example.com)
Thu, 01 Feb 2001 08:53:59 -0500
Alan Cox wrote:
> We have a very large number of memcpy's of unknown short length (often in
> interrupts) that are close to branches. A lot of
> stuff for example.
> Im more than happy for someone to do the benches and prove me wrong
Agreed, that is a bad case, and there is overhead for it in my patch. I'm
putting together some metrics, will post results here.
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