Missing CPU ID in x86/fat/fat.c

ASSI Stromeko at nexgo.de
Sun Dec 6 13:57:15 UTC 2015

On Sunday 06 December 2015, 11:57:10, Torbjörn Granlund wrote:
> Did you try compiling with your patch?

Yes.  Actually the patch was missing a hunk that removes Jaguar from the K8 
fallback. Attaching the correct patch.
> We'not too fussed about suporting 32-bit builds for 64-bit processors;
> we make sure the builds work but we don't write specific 32-bit code.

As long as WOW64 and 32bit subsystems on Linux exist the newer processor 
families should at least get sorted in correctly with the existing ones.  
Otherwise people with newer machines will get degraded performance for no 
good reason.

> Your patch seems to attempt to include non-existing 32-bit assembly
> code.

Not that I know of, it just puts the newer processor families into the 
branch of the case statements that seem to be the most appropriate (i.e. 
with their latest predecessor that has specific support).

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