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Date:	Tue, 12 Aug 2014 22:54:17 +0000
From:	Anish Bhatt <>
To:	David Miller <>
CC:	"" <>,
	"" <>,
	Karen Xie <>,
	Manoj Malviya <>,
	"" <>,
	"" <>
Subject: RE: [PATCH net-next] libcxgbi/cxgb4i : Fix ipv6 build failure
 caught with randconfig

>Alternatively, depending upon what IPV6 interfaces you need to use
>in the cxgbi driver, you can potentially move them into the ipv6
>components we've split out to always be statically built into the
>kernel in order to avoid problems of this nature.  See the code
>linked in by the "obj-y +=" rule in net/ipv6/Makefile.

Got it, will fix accordingly.

>> This patch was based on code currently in net-next, and I presumed that would
>> be the correct way to go. I'll change it and rebase to net.

>The net-next tree isn't even open and active at this time, I said last week
>(as I do every single merge window) that I would explicitly announce on
>netdev when the net-next tree is openned.

No, I meant the fix I proposed is currently being used by other code already present in the 
kernel. I'll try and fix that as well.

>But, much more importantly, bug fixes for issues present in 'net'
>should always be targetted to the 'net' tree.

My bad, I was not aware this code made it back to net.

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