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SubjectRe: [PATCH v3 0/6] perf: Replace MAX_NR_CPUS with dynamic alternatives
On Mon, Aug 19, 2019 at 03:22:41PM -0500, Kyle Meyer wrote:
> The purpose of this patch series is to replace MAX_NR_CPUS with a dynamic value
> throughout perf wherever possible using nr_cpus_online, the number of CPUs
> online during a record session, and cpu__max_cpu, the possible number of CPUs as
> defined in the sysfs. MAX_NR_CPUS is still used by DECLARE_BITMAP at compile
> time, however, it's replaced elsewhere.
> This patch series was tested using "perf record -a -g" on both an eight socket
> (288 CPU) system and a single socket (36 CPU) system. Each system was then
> rebooted single socket and eight socket before "perf report" was used to read
> the out file. "perf report --header" was used to confirm that each
> file had information on the correct number of CPUs.
> Change since v1:
> Broke PATCH 2/2 into multiple patches.
> Changes since v2:
> Replaced env->sibling_cores and env->sibling threads with a local pointer and
> refreshed perf/util/svghelper.
> Kyle Meyer (6):
> perf: Refactor svg_build_topology_map
> perf/util/svghelper: Replace MAX_NR_CPUS with env->nr_cpus_online
> perf/util/stat: Replace MAX_NR_CPUS with cpu__max_cpu
> perf/util/session: Replace MAX_NR_CPUS with nr_cpus_online
> perf/util/machine: Replace MAX_NR_CPUS with nr_cpus_online
> perf/util/header: Replace MAX_NR_CPUS with cpu__max_cpu

Your series isn't threaed; please play with your git-sendmail (or
whatever other tool you use) arguments.

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