Martin J. Bligh writes:
> Thanks to Alan Cox & Andrew Morton for showing me how to serialise
> the cpus to make the panic legible. The following patch holds back
> the boot cpu at the end of smp_init until all the secondarys have
> done init_idle:
One thing that bothers me about your patch is how it limits the number
of CPU's to the number of bits in an unsigned long. While I realise
there are other places that do the same (last time I looked), we
shouldn't be perpeturating these kinds of limitations.
I'd suggest you use an atomic_t instead. Increment for each CPU, and
decrement when each CPU is ready. Just test for 0 in your wait loop.
One less piece of code we have to overhaul later.
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