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    SubjectRe: pci_pool reap?
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    On Mon, 2002-02-11 at 22:10, Gérard Roudier wrote:
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    > So, everything is ok. :-)

    hey,

    mio nada great hacker von hardware. just the guy who wants to allocate
    coherent buffers into shrinking pci pools, preferably at interrupts.

    since everybody seems to come up something like "well, most systems.."
    and "but some arch.." i thought it might be actually of interest to look
    it up, no?

    <:)

    dns

    > > [1] ok ok

    > > [1] ok ok

    > > [1] ok ok

    > > [1] ok ok

    > > stm: [1] ok ok

    > > dc: [3] ok ok

    > > ip32: [1] ok ok
    > > ip27: [1] ok ok

    > > [1] GFP_KERNEL ok

    > > [2] ok ok

    > > arm: [4] BUG()/GFP_KERNEL BUG()

    > > [2] ok ok

    > > ia64: [5] ok? ok?

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