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Date:	Wed, 11 Nov 2009 14:57:43 -0600
From:	Jon Hunter <>
To:	john stultz <>
CC:	linux-kernel <>,
	Thomas Gleixner <>
Subject: Re: [PATCH 0/2] Dynamic Tick: Enabling longer sleep times on 32-bit

john stultz wrote:
> I could have sworn this was in mainline by now, but I recently was
> looking for the code and can't find it there or in -tip either.
> Thomas, are they just hiding somewhere I can't find?
> Jon, you've been terribly patient and great about resubmitting these
> patches over and over. If I'm not just being crazy and missing these
> patches in front of my nose, are you still willing to submit them
> again? I think they'll be quite useful as folks start pushing the NOHZ
> idle times out.

Absolutely! It is still on my to-do list, but unfortunately, I got busy 
with a couple other things.

With regard to the last patch set I submitted for this, Thomas had an 
issue with one of the patches. I understand the concern, but I am not 
sure  which would be the preferred way to handle this. See the below thread:

If you or Thomas have any feedback on this, I could re-work the patch 
against the latest kernel tree.

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