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SubjectRe: __alloc_pages: 0-order allocation failed still in -pre12
Andrea Arcangeli wrote:
> Can you also resolve "c012e052" so we know who's allocating those pages
> just in case?

It's trivial to do that, of course, but if someone needs an
automated way to do it (several times, easy lookup), you can
try .

Usage is: ksysmap [system_map_file] offset

and it spits out address/symbol before offset, exact match if
present, and address/symbol after offset.


[rddunlap@dragon linux]$ ksysmap ./ c012e052
ksysmap: searching './' for 'c012e052'

c012df20 T sys_truncate
c012e052 ..... <<<<<
c012e0a0 T sys_ftruncate

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