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    SubjectRe: %u-order allocation failed
    On Sun, 7 Oct 2001, Mikulas Patocka wrote:

    > You are right. Code that allocates more than page and expects it to be
    > physicaly contignuous is broken by design. Even rewrite the driver or
    > allocate memory on boot. It will be very hard to audit all drivers for it.

    Better buy us all new hardware, then ;)

    Some devices really do want physically contiguous buffers
    for DMA...


    Rik
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