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Re: PCIVERBOSE and kern/38579
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On May 5, 2008, at 00:37, der Mouse wrote:
pci_subr.o is now quite large. I think it's time to retire
PCIVERBOSE and give the job of identification to pcictl, in
Doesn't PCIVERBOSE provide useful information at probe time, which can
be important if it doesn't manage to start userland at all?
I can see turning PCIVERBOSE off in more cases, to shrink the kernel.
But removing it entirely strikes me as a bit much.
Indeed, I'd rather have a nice string stating vendor and model name
instead of having to look up PCI IDs. Since it can already be turned
off there's no need to remove it.
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