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SubjectRe: %u-order allocation failed
In article <> you wrote:

> NOTE: no allocations in IRQ are safe. Not only high-order ones.
> Allocation in IRQ may fail any time and you must recover without lost of
> functionality (network can lose packets any time, if you are doing some
> general device driver, you must preallocate all buffers in process
> context).

how again do you deal with calling vfree() on the ones where you used
vmalloc instead of the buddy allocator ?
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