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SubjectRe: Request: increase in PCI bus limit
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In article <200101310008.f0V08Wv23250@localhost.localdomain> you wrote:
> 256, in later 2.4.* kernel releases? That would allow this customer to
> work with an unpatched kernel, at the cost of an additional 3.5 kB of
> variables in the kernel.

Don't think this is fairly common. So especially since I consider that kind of
hardware (what is it) to require finetuning ("enterprise kernel") anyway,
there is no real gain out of it, as long as the structure is not dynamically.

Is that some kind of file server or masspar system? Intel?

Greetings
Bernd
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