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SubjectRe: [RFC][PATCH v2 0/7] printk/ia64/ppc64/parisc64: let's deprecate %pF/%pf printk specifiers
On 20.09.2017 18:29, Sergey Senozhatsky wrote:
> This patch set attempts to move ia64/ppc64/parisc64 C function
> pointer ABI details out of printk() to arch code. Function dereference
> code now checks if a pointer belongs to a .opd ELF section and dereferences
> that pointer only if it does. The kernel and modules have their own .opd
> sections that's why I use two different ARCH functions: for kernel and
> for module pointer dereference.
> ...> *** A BIG NOTE ***
> I don't own ia64/ppc64/parisc64 hardware, so the patches are not
> tested. Sorry about that!

I just now tested your patch series successfully on parisc64.

You may add to the whole series:
Tested-by: Helge Deller <> # parisc64

> Another note:
> I need to check what is BPF symbol lookup and do we need to
> do any dereference there.

Not relevant for parisc, since we don't support it yet.


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