On Mon, Mar 18, 2013 at 6:03 AM, Johan 't Hart <jopi...@gmail.com> wrote:

> Wasnt there something like patch-id you can use in this case?
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[lyang0@ala-lpd-test1 linux]$ git format-patch
c51a3d140bb726a662a867a2ae4098cc311347d7^..c51a3d140bb726a662a867a2ae4098cc311347d7
-o /tmp//tmp/0001-x86-mce-Do-not-change-worker-s-running-cpu-in-cmci_r.patch
[lyang0@ala-lpd-test1 linux]$ git patch-id <
/tmp/0001-x86-mce-Do-not-change-worker-s-running-cpu-in-cmci_r.patche1f299654737b34f4ec6b03abdcb416cbc81b1d0
85b97637bb40a9f486459dd254598759af9c3d50
and why it gets two patch-id
It doesn't  get below commit id, which is  the same patch too
commit c51a3d140bb726a662a867a2ae4098cc311347d7Author: Tang Chen
<tangc...@cn.fujitsu.com>Date:   Mon Oct 29 11:01:50 2012 +0800
    x86/mce: Do not change worker's running cpu in cmci_rediscover().
      commit 85b97637bb40a9f486459dd254598759af9c3d50     upstream



Is there a way to search a branch for a commit with a certain patch id?
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git branch --contains <id>



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