Steve Lord <lord@xxxxxxx> wrote:
> We do know that there are problems in the generated code for gcc 2.95
> on ia32. We do not know if it is the compiler back end or front end
> which causes them, and hence will the problems propogate across
> We had isolated a specific problem (I cannot off the top of my head
> remember it - apart from being shift related). We could probably modify the
> XFS code which was affected by this problem, but finding all instances
> would not be easy. I will try and dig out the failure case and see if
> fixing that makes things better.
> p.s. those files could not be more important, that is a fair percentage
> of the journalling code, and all of the buffering code in XFS!
ok ... why must real world always be that way? :-)
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