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> I think that there is still a lot of SunOS-centric code out there that
> will blindly assume it can write up to 16 iov's in one call. For that
> reason, I don't think Linux should go smaller than that unless
> absolutely necessary. Why is it any harder to shove 64 bytes onto the
> stack (8 iov structs) than 128 bytes (16 iov structs)? I wouldn't
> think you would run into problems until you get much larger and start
> running into the VM page size.

16 wont , 128 might well be. I'll move to 16

Alan


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