> From: "Marcelo Tosatti" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> > The problem is that we _cannot_ base ourselves simply on practical results
> > from a _limited_ amount of workloads. Also remember the tests we (at least
> > I do) are benchmarks which try to use all resources all the time upon
> > completion.
> Isn't this the point of the X.odd.Y kernels? Spit the stats out into the
> syslog, along with a message of "If you see these, please mail them
> along to email@example.com and a description of your workload
> if it's not too much trouble."
First of all, firstname.lastname@example.orgemail@example.com/.
That sounds interesting, yes. I'll look into that once I find sometime.
Thanks for your suggestion.
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