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SubjectRe: Is this code right in zram?
On 06/04/2012 02:33 PM, Joe Perches wrote:
> On Mon, 2012-06-04 at 14:08 +0200, Jerome Marchand wrote:
>> It probably doesn't matter much.
>
> Likely true.
>
>> Apparently kcalloc() never got a lot
>> of success and kzalloc(sizeof(foo) * num_foos) type of allocation are
>> more popular.
>
> Likely false, especially in new code.
>
> If you did greps, perhaps you are including the
> k.alloc(sizeof(*foo), GFP)
> forms in your uses multiply counts.

No. Actually I greped it and look quickly at which proportion of those
kzalloc() looked like the above. I have to admit that my sample was
small and certainly not evenly distributed around the source tree.

Jerome

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