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SubjectRe: the new VMt
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>>>>> "Ingo" == Ingo Molnar <mingo@elte.hu> writes:

Ingo> On 26 Sep 2000, Jes Sorensen wrote:

>> 9.5KB blocks is common for people running Gigabit Ethernet with
>> Jumbo frames at least.

Ingo> yep, although this is more of a Linux limitation, the cards
Ingo> themselves are happy to DMA fragmented buffers as well. (sans
Ingo> some small penalty per new fragment.)

Hence the reason I have been pushing for the kiobufifying of the skbs ;-)
It's even more important for HIPPI with the 65280 bytes MTU.

Jes
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