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SubjectRe: [PATCH] livepatch: Remove reliable stacktrace check in klp_try_switch_task()
On Saturday 14 July 2018 12:07 AM, Josh Poimboeuf wrote:
>> We bail out during patch registration for architectures, those don't
>> support reliable stack trace.
> Does anybody know if that change was intentional? I thought the plan
> was to allow non-consistency-model arches to still use livepatch, and
> that they'd just have to 'force' patches to completion instead. That
> seems a little more forgiving.

The initial proposal was to allow 'force' feature on architectures
without HAVE_RELIABLE_STACKTRACE support and use pr_notice() to warn
user about the non-availability of consistency model. It was argued
against, as it will encourage people to use it as an alternative instead
of adding HAVE_RELIABLE_STACKTRACE support to the kernel.


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