cvs commit: src/sys/geom/eli g_eli.c
jhb at freebsd.org
Tue Jan 30 22:36:21 UTC 2007
On Monday 29 January 2007 15:19, Pawel Jakub Dawidek wrote:
> I fully agree that there should be a clean KPI for this. What you
> proposed if fine. Because of lack of such KPI geli has to handle HTT
> CPUs which are turned off by default in releases also by abusing
> scheduler internals. KPI you proposed would allow me to remove those
> hacks. And I'm really all for it.
> What you and Scott are missing is that when I implement a GEOM class,
> I'm using what is available to do my work. I'm not going to educate
> myself how schedulers work, implement nice and clean KPI to use it in
> my class. I'm not saying it wouldn't be great to be able to do so, but I
> don't have time for everything, unfortunately, and you guys should
> understand that very well.
Something you seem to be missing though is that in general it's nice to not
just endulge in an endless series of hacks in your specific area of the
system. IWBN to at some point devote some time to help fix more general
problems that will benefit the system as a whole rather than adding hacks
that just benefit yourself and require someone else to clean up when they
eventually add the more-architected solution. We are all very busy, but if
everyone just did hacks and never put any effort into improving the general
infrastructure, we'd have a royal mess.
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