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>>>>> "David" == David S Miller <davem@redhat.com> writes:

David> Alan Cox writes:
>> Thats something we already know has to be fixed. Its true with or
>> without an IOMMU that there may be cases where there is no free
>> mapping space

David> True, but my intended point is that starving the SAC-only users
David> then returning DAC addresses to DAC-capable devices is just as
David> unacceptable.

David> When we have one of these compute cluster cards in the box, and
David> Jes's suggested algorithm is used, the rest of the SAC devices
David> in the box would be totally screwed once the IOMMU fills up.

The dma_mask in struct pci_dev tells you whether you are DAC
capable. We pass a pointer to this struct when we call the pci_*
functions so the required information needed to make the decision
whether to return a SAC or a DAC address is already available.

Cheers
Jes
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