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SubjectRe: [PATCH v4 0/7] Generic Ticket Spinlocks
On Sat, Apr 30, 2022 at 5:36 PM Palmer Dabbelt <> wrote:
> Comments on the v3 looked pretty straight-forward, essentially just that
> RCsc issue I'd missed from the v2 and some cleanups. A part of the
> discussion some additional possible cleanups came up related to the
> qrwlock headers, but I hadn't looked at those yet and I had already
> handled everything else. This went on the back burner, but given that
> LoongArch appears to want to use it for their new port I think it's best
> to just run with this and defer the other cleanups until later.
> I've placed the whole patch set at palmer/tspinlock-v4, and also tagged
> the asm-generic bits as generic-ticket-spinlocks-v4. Ideally I'd like
> to take that, along with the RISC-V patches, into my tree as there's
> some RISC-V specific testing before things land in linux-next. This
> passes all my testing, but I'll hold off until merging things anywhere
> else to make sure everyone has time to look. There's no rush on my end
> for this one, but I don't want to block LoongArch so I'll try to stay a
> bit more on top of this one.

I took another look as well and everything seems fine. I had expected
that I would merge it into the asm-generic tree first and did not bother
sending a separate Reviewed-by tag, but I agree that it's best if you
create the branch.

Can you add 'Reviewed-by: Arnd Bergmann <>'
to each patch and send me a pull request for a v5 tag so we can
merge that into both the riscv and the asm-generic trees?


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