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SubjectRe: kernel BUG in __cache_alloc_node at linux-2.6.git/mm/slab.c:3177!
Christoph Lameter writes:

> > Linus' tree is currently broken for us. Any suggestions for how to
> > fix it, since I am not very familiar with the NUMA code?
>
> Have memory available for slab boot strap on node 0? Or modify the boot
> code in such a way that it runs on node 1 or any other node that has
> memory available.

OK, then I don't understand. There is about 1GB of memory on node 0,
which is about half of the partition's memory, and it is even in a
contiguous chunk, but it doesn't start at pfn 0:

early_node_map[3] active PFN ranges
1: 0 -> 32768
0: 32768 -> 278528
1: 278528 -> 524288

So it's not that node 0 doesn't have any pages. Any other clues?

Thanks,
Paul.
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