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SubjectRe: [driver-core PATCH v6 2/9] async: Add support for queueing on specific NUMA node

> > > > Signed-off-by: Alexander Duyck <>
> > > > ---
> > >
> > > No one else from Intel has reviewed/verified this code at all?
> > >
> > > Please take advantages of the resources you have that most people do
> > > not, get reviewes from your coworkers please before you send this out
> > > again, as they can give you valuable help before the community has to
> > > review the code...
> >
> > We always said to companies we want to see code as soon as
> > possible. You don't have to review their code, but discouraging the
> > posting seems wrong.
> I have a long history of Intel using me for their basic "find the
> obvious bugs" review process for new driver subsystems and core changes.
> When I see new major patches show up from an Intel developer without
> _any_ other review from anyone else, directed at me, I get suspicious it
> is happening again.
> If you note, Intel is the _only_ company I say this to their developers
> because of this problem combined with the fact that they have a whole
> load of developers that they should be running things by first.
> And yes, to answer Dan's point, we do want to do review in public. But
> this is v6 of a core patchset and there has been NO review from anyone
> else at Intel on this. So if that review was going to happen, one would
> have thought it would have by now, instead of relying on me to do it.
> And yes, I am grumpy, but I am grumpy because of the history here. I am
> not trying to discourage anything, only to take ADVANTAGE of resources
> that almost no other company provides.
> Hope this helps explain my statement here.

Thanks for explanation. I did not have same bad experience with Intel,
so I did not understand what was going on.

Best regards,

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