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Re: CVS commit: src/tests/modules

On Thu, Mar 22, 2012 at 10:25:23AM +0100, Martin Husemann wrote:
 > > I like the kern.module.supported, or perhaps kern.module.enabled, as I
 > > have systems built without module loading support yet still have a few
 > > module sysctls around under that same hierarchy, and module.modular
 > > also seems ambiguous and redundant...
 > The question is complex, so I am for realy simple solutions.
 >   kern.module.modular = 1
 > means: options MODULAR was active when the kernel was built. If we go any
 > further, it gets tricky.

I wasn't suggesting going further. I'm just opposed to the word
"modular" because it carries a bunch of baggage... baggage that has
created contention and strife in the past.

kern.module.supported = 1

means the same thing without this disadvantage.

David A. Holland

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