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 At least 250 people working on just the dimm alone...crazy. Not counting contractors,​ dungeon folks, PAEs, customers, the underlying media, or the client version of this. Crazy. Lots of work to get a product out the door. At least 250 people working on just the dimm alone...crazy. Not counting contractors,​ dungeon folks, PAEs, customers, the underlying media, or the client version of this. Crazy. Lots of work to get a product out the door.
-=== Enjoy / meaningful ===+ 
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 +Hey. Just a friendly suggestion. When describing issues, stick to the data/facts and try not to add the emotional comments. I saw similar in some of your source code comment blocks. No need to add hysteria to an already hysterical program 😉 
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 +The UEFI driver in its current state *will* attempt to "​correct"​ this LSA upon restart of the platform. Unfortunately it has the same behavior as OS and freaks out, seeming to revert to a backup state, even though it seems to read the namespaces/​regions perfectly fine. ***this causes data "​misplacement"​***,​ and we need to determine desirable behavior soon. 
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 +Also, above comment, when I read it seems to suggest UEFI driver is at fault. Reality is that UEFI driver is following spec and Linux left LSA in bad state… 
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 +No big deal, just suggestions…</​blockquote>​ 
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 +===== Enjoy / meaningful ​=====
   * Working with smart people I can learn from and can leverage when I'm stuck. Soo...valuable.   * Working with smart people I can learn from and can leverage when I'm stuck. Soo...valuable.
   * Making big performance wins on complicated code using profiler or something in a few weeks/​months. Requires deep knowledge of CPU and interconnects,​ but not of customers code and requirements / people.   * Making big performance wins on complicated code using profiler or something in a few weeks/​months. Requires deep knowledge of CPU and interconnects,​ but not of customers code and requirements / people.
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