From: Rusty Russell <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Wed, 15 Jan 2003 19:02:20 +1100
> I want alignment on cache line boundary, and I don't want anything
> else in that cacheline.
A "read-mostly" section might be appropriate, then. Of course, you'd
have to split the structure, in that case, and it's not worth it if
there are only a few of these.
Have I finally got it through my thick skull now?
I think so. A read-mostly section would allow us to exploit this
more for other things.
BTW, the tcp_hashinfo struct exists only because the linker could
otherwise legally reorder data section members.
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