Re: fault-injection framework on ia64

From: Akinobu Mita <akinobu.mita_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-02-17 04:30:53
> But if STACKTRACE depends on STACKTRACE_SUPPORT, which isn't defined on ia64,
> kconfig should disable FAULT_INJECTION altogether with my patch (as it did
> before it). I don't think that FAULT_INJECTION could be enabled before my
> patch, right?
>
> _BUT_ probably STACKTRACE_SUPPORT should be defined, with default n and no
> prompt, on ia64, or Kconfig gets confused (it should output a warning,
> like 'undefined symbol STACKTRACE_SUPPORT'). We on UML used to get warning
> when INPUT was used but not defined. Hmmm....

Really? I intentionaly removed the STACKTRACE_SUPPORT in x86_64 Kconfig, then
I did make menuconfig. But I didn't get such warning.
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Received on Sat Feb 17 05:04:32 2007

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