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  • wertigon
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    Originally posted by sinepgib View Post
    There will be extra work, just less than the extra work from chasing around changes. They still need to maintain it and, since they've been maintaining it out of tree for years, I think we can really trust they will
    No, that's not extra work - that is the normal work you do. They got this one without any *additional* work on their part.

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  • sinepgib
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    Originally posted by wertigon View Post
    And this kids, right here, is a great example of why you want to upstream your code. The RT patchers just got a more compatible kernel without having to do any extra work.
    There will be extra work, just less than the extra work from chasing around changes. They still need to maintain it and, since they've been maintaining it out of tree for years, I think we can really trust they will

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  • timofonic
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    More RT upstream, please!

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  • wertigon
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    And this kids, right here, is a great example of why you want to upstream your code. The RT patchers just got a more compatible kernel without having to do any extra work.

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  • phoronix
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    SLUB Adapted To Be Real-Time Linux Compatible (PREEMPT_RT)

    Phoronix: SLUB Adapted To Be Real-Time Linux Compatible (PREEMPT_RT)

    One of the nice low-level improvements we've seen with Linux 5.15 is a number of pieces falling into place in the quest of upstreaming the real-time (RT) patches for Linux. The latest merge makes SLUB RT-compatible...

    https://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?pa...-RT-Compatible
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