Re: [PATCH 2/3] mm, compaction: export tracepoints zone names to userspace
From: Steven Rostedt
Date: Mon Aug 31 2015 - 11:13:14 EST
On Mon, 31 Aug 2015 17:02:38 +0200
Vlastimil Babka <vbabka@xxxxxxx> wrote:
> >> +#define ZONE_TYPE \
> >> + IFDEF_ZONE_DMA( EM (ZONE_DMA, "DMA")) \
> >> + IFDEF_ZONE_DMA32( EM (ZONE_DMA32, "DMA32")) \
> >> + EM (ZONE_NORMAL, "Normal") \
> >> + IFDEF_ZONE_HIGHMEM( EM (ZONE_HIGHMEM,"HighMem")) \
> >> + EMe(ZONE_MOVABLE,"Movable")
> >> +
> > Hmm, have you tried to compile this with CONFIG_ZONE_HIGHMEM disabled,
> > and CONFIG_ZONE_DMA and/or CONFIG_ZONE_DMA32 enabled?
> Yep, that's standard x86_64 situation (highmem disabled, dma+dma32 enabled).
> > The EMe() macro must come last, as it doesn't have the ending comma and
> > the __print_symbolic() can fail to compile due to it.
> Thanks to ZONE_MOVABLE being unconditional, EMe(ZONE_MOVABLE...) is
> always last. Otherwise the macros would get even more ugly...
Ah! My mistake was to see where the end parenthesis of
IFDEF_ZONE_HIGHMEM() laid. It looked to me that it encompassed
ZONE_MOVABLE. But obviously it does not.
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