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SubjectRe: [Lse-tech] Re: [rfc][patch] Memory Binding API v0.3 2.5.41
>> Also, right now, memblks map to nodes in a straightforward manner (1-1 
>> on NUMA-Q, the only architecture that has defined them). It will likely
>> look the same on most architectures, too.
> Just an FYI: I believe the x440 breaks this assumption.
> There are 2 chunks on the first CEC. The current discontig patch for it
> has to drop the second chunk (anything over 3.5G on the first CEC) in
> order to work w/ the existing code. However, that will probably need to
> be addressed at some point, so be aware that this might affect you as
> well.

No, the NUMA code in the kernel doesn't support that anyway.
You have to use zholes_size, and waste some struct pages,
or config_nonlinear. Either way you get 1 memblk.


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