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Date:   Sun, 20 Feb 2022 12:05:35 -0500
From:   Steven Rostedt <>
To:     tangmeng <>
Subject: Re: [PATCH 02/11] kernel/trace: move stack_tracer_enabled sysctl to
 its own file

On Sun, 20 Feb 2022 14:00:17 +0800
tangmeng <> wrote:

> kernel/sysctl.c is a kitchen sink where everyone leaves their dirty
> dishes, this makes it very difficult to maintain.
> To help with this maintenance let's start by moving sysctls to places
> where they actually belong.  The proc sysctl maintainers do not want to
> know what sysctl knobs you wish to add for your own piece of code, we
> just care about the core logic.
> All filesystem syctls now get reviewed by fs folks. This commit
> follows the commit of fs, move the stack_tracer_enabled sysctl to its
> own file, kernel/trace/trace_stack.c.
> Signed-off-by: tangmeng <>

Acked-by: Steven Rostedt (Google) <>

-- Steve

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