[driverloader] More concisely
marc at linuxant.com
Mon Jul 19 15:28:58 EDT 2004
see http://lwn.net/Articles/39283/ for detailed information about the
As far as I know, it is not yet in the stock kernel.org kernels, but
included in some fedora kernels.
Turning off CONFIG_4KSTACKS will give you 8k stacks. To get 16k stacks,
you need to apply our linux-2.6.7-16kstacks.patch (or the equivalent,
adapted to your kernel source tree), which is included in the
kernel-2.6.6-1.435.2.3.stk16.src.rpm (presently available from
i686.php) and enable the CONFIG_16KSTACKS option.
Note that I am trying to be helpful by giving these details, but that
support at linuxant.com cannot officially provide extensive individual
support for patching/building custom kernels for the modest price of a
driverloader license ;-).
On Jul 19, 2004, at 1:58 PM, Rob Ferber wrote:
> More concisely, (1) what is the 4G/4G patch, and how do I remove it
> from a stock kernel, and (2) is turning CONFIG_4KSTACKS off sufficient
> to get 16k stacks, or is something more needed? I've got
> CONFIG_NET_RADIO and CONFIG_WIRELESS set to "y", Fedore Core 2 on a
> custom 2.6.7 kernel.
> -- Rob Ferber
> rferber at via.net
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