HEADSUP: Committing new interrupt code, tree will be broken

John Baldwin jhb at FreeBSD.org
Mon Nov 3 15:41:45 PST 2003

On 03-Nov-2003 John Baldwin wrote:
> On 03-Nov-2003 John Baldwin wrote:
>> I'm committing the new i386 interrupt and SMP code, so buckle your
>> seat belts. :)  I'll be intentionally breaking the kernel build at
>> the start and re-enable it with the last commit when I am done.
> I've finished committing everything but am waiting for some kernel
> compiles on virgin trees to finish to make sure I didn't miss anything.
> The -current waters should be safe again though.

My GENERIC build finished ok, so it should at least be workable for
most people.  By the way, if anyone has a machine with 8 or more CPUs
(John Cagle, I know you are out there. :)) feel free to test the new
code out and post a boot -v dmesg log to the smp@ list.  Thanks.


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