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    SubjectRe: [PATCH 0/2] Relax restrictions on setting CONFIG_NUMA on x86
    Hi mel

    > Hi
    >
    > > A fix[1] was merged to the x86.git tree that allowed NUMA kernels to boot
    > > on normal x86 machines (and not just NUMA-Q, Summit etc.). I took a look
    > > at the restrictions on setting NUMA on x86 to see if they could be lifted.
    >
    > Interesting!
    >
    > I will test tomorrow.

    Hmm...
    It doesn't works on my machine.

    panic at booting at __free_pages_ok() with blow call trace.

    [<hex number>] free_all_bootmem_core
    [<hex number>] mem_init
    [<hex number>] alloc_large_system_hash
    [<hex number>] inode_init_early
    [<hex number>] start_kernel
    [<hex number>] unknown_bootoption

    my machine spec
    CPU: Pentium4 with HT
    MEM: 512M

    I will try more investigate.
    but I have no time for a while, sorry ;-)


    BTW:
    when config sparse mem turn on instead discontig mem.
    panic at booting at get_pageblock_flags_group() with below call stack.

    free_initrd
    free_init_pages
    free_hot_cold_page



    - kosaki




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