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    SubjectRe: __alloc_pages: 0-order allocation failed.
    On Tue, 4 Sep 2001, Daniel Phillips wrote:


    > On September 4, 2001 03:11 pm, Martin MOKREJ? wrote:
    > > Hi,
    > > I'm getting the above error on 2.4.9 kernel with kernel HIGHMEM option
    > > enabled to 2GB, 2x Intel PentiumIII. The machine has 1GB RAM
    > > physically. Althougj I've found many report to linux-kernel list during
    > > past months, not a real solution. Maybe only:
    > >
    > Try 2.4.10-pre4.

    Hmm, so after a day of run we got it again:
    __alloc_pages: 0-order allocation failed (gfp=0x70/1).

    > > so I think it's another problem in 2.4.9, right?
    > Yep. Most probably bounce buffers, patch by Marcelo already in Linus's
    > tree.

    So it did not fix it? But the output now has extra "(gfp=0x70/1)" string

    Any ideas?
    Martin Mokrejs - PGP5.0i key is at
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