[ltt-dev] patches for 31-rc5?

Gregory Haskins gregory.haskins at gmail.com
Thu Aug 13 22:24:23 EDT 2009

Mathieu Desnoyers wrote:
> * Mathieu Desnoyers (compudj at krystal.dyndns.org) wrote:
>> * Gregory Haskins (gregory.haskins at gmail.com) wrote:
>>> Are there any in the works?  If not, perhaps I can take a stab at the
>>> forward port.
>> Not yet, but -rc5 sounds like a good timing to start forward porting.
>> I'll look into this today.
> Hrm, the instrumentation part will take a while to port, because we have
> more and more clashes with ftrace.
> If you want to start working on this, please provide patches in the
> form:
> original-patch.reject-fix-2.6.31.patch
> for each patch which has rejects, so I can look at the result and merge
> them through the patchset.
> Note that the cpufreq stuff and the alternative cleanup at the beginning
> of the patchset are already merged in mainline.
> I will not have the necessary time to do the port for a while, it will
> probably have to wait closer to 2.6.31 on my side. But patches are
> welcome.

Ok, Thanks for the reply Mathieu.  If I get a chance (largely driven by
how bad I need the tracer in 31 at any given moment ;) I will take a
crack at it.


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