Re: [PATCH v5.5 00/30] KVM: Scalable memslots implementation

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On 09.11.2021 02:21, Sean Christopherson wrote:
On Tue, Nov 09, 2021, Maciej S. Szmigiero wrote:
On 04.11.2021 01:25, Sean Christopherson wrote:
By the way, do you want your patches and my non-invasive patches (patches
below number 23) merged without waiting for the rest of the series to be
fully ready?

This way there is less risk of conflicting changes to KVM being merged
in meantime while we are still discussing the remaining patches.
Or worse - changes that don't conflict but subtly break some assumptions
that the code relies on.

For this reason I am strongly for merging them independently from the
more invasive parts.

Merging them as soon as they're ready would also be my preference.  That said,
I'm hoping we can get the entire implemenation queued up for 5.17 sooner than
later.  I'll do my best to respond quickly to try and make that happen.

Finished going through all the patches, with small nits they do make sense
to me - thanks Sean.

I will prepare an updated (and tested!) next version of this patch set,
however this may take about two+ weeks as I have other, more urgent work
to do right now.


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