On Thu, Jun 2, 2016 at 6:35 PM, Andres Freund <and...@anarazel.de> wrote:
> Want me to polish that up and push, or do you want to go back and forth
> and push yourself?

I'm happy to check if my bits still work if it's not too much hassle
to go back and forth.

> They should be *after* the multiplications. If arrays of structs are
> internally misaligned there's nothing we can do.

Well there's not *nothing* we can do. I thought I we were going to
have to go back and do manual offset calculations to get that right.
But with the u64_t element that's probably not necessary. It's a bit
scary having that be the only thing protecting it but then again it's
probably exactly why it's there. Given how much of a pain doing manual
offset calculations I'm happy to go along and say it's not worth

Should the maxaligns be there for the non-epoll cases? I tossed them
in without paying much attention. I really have no idea if they're
needed on Windows or not for example.


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