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SubjectRe: [PATCH] Permit inode & dentry hash tables to be allocated > MAX_ORDER size
>> Allocating the big-assed hashes out of bootmem seems much cleaner to me,
>> at least ...
>
> Machines big enough that such big hashes make sense are probably NUMA.
> And on NUMA systems you imho should rather use node interleaving vmalloc(),
> not a bit physical allocation on a specific node for these hashes.
> This will avoid memory controller hot spots and avoid the problem completely.
> Likely it will perform better too.

I thought Manfred already fixed all that up, didn't he?

M.

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