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Subjectwhy DMAable memory restriction ?
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Hi LIst,

In the linux kernel there is a limitation on the
amount of contiguous DMAable memory that can be allocated
(I guess about 128K). Does anobody know what is the reason
for such a restriction ? Is there any plan to remove
this restriction in the future releases of kernel ?

Regards,
-hiren
(408)970-3062
hiren_mehta@agilent.com
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