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SubjectRe: %u-order allocation failed
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> Yes - you can run out of vmalloc space. But you run out of it only when
> you create too many processes (8192), load too many modules etc. If
> someone needs to put such heavy load on linux, we can expect that he is
> not a luser and he knows how to increase size of vmalloc space.

Not just that - you get fragmentation of it which leads you back to the
same situation as kmalloc except that with the guard pages you fragment the
address space more.

Alan
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