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    On Sun, Nov 16, 2003 at 12:11:31PM -0800, Andrew Morton wrote:
    > Russell King <rmk+lkml@arm.linux.org.uk> wrote:
    > > With previous kernels, the nodes are added to the list in reverse order,
    > > so architecture code knew we had to add the highest PFN first and the
    > > lowest PFN node last.

    You're right, I think the arch code should probably worry about this.

    > It looks to be bogus on ia64 as well, for which the patch was written.

    Yep, I think it is bogus. There's only one caller on ia64 that would be
    affected--swiotlb_init(), and afaik multi-node systems won't be using
    that code (except maybe NEC?), so even if the pgdat list is out of order
    we should be ok. If not I'll fix the ia64 discontig code.

    Thanks,
    Jesse

    ===== mm/bootmem.c 1.22 vs edited =====
    --- 1.22/mm/bootmem.c Sun Sep 28 10:11:27 2003
    +++ edited/mm/bootmem.c Mon Nov 17 10:44:59 2003
    @@ -48,24 +48,8 @@
    bootmem_data_t *bdata = pgdat->bdata;
    unsigned long mapsize = ((end - start)+7)/8;

    -
    - /*
    - * sort pgdat_list so that the lowest one comes first,
    - * which makes alloc_bootmem_low_pages work as desired.
    - */
    - if (!pgdat_list || pgdat_list->node_start_pfn > pgdat->node_start_pfn) {
    - pgdat->pgdat_next = pgdat_list;
    - pgdat_list = pgdat;
    - } else {
    - pg_data_t *tmp = pgdat_list;
    - while (tmp->pgdat_next) {
    - if (tmp->pgdat_next->node_start_pfn > pgdat->node_start_pfn)
    - break;
    - tmp = tmp->pgdat_next;
    - }
    - pgdat->pgdat_next = tmp->pgdat_next;
    - tmp->pgdat_next = pgdat;
    - }
    + pgdat->pgdat_next = pgdat_list;
    + pgdat_list = pgdat;

    mapsize = (mapsize + (sizeof(long) - 1UL)) & ~(sizeof(long) - 1UL);
    bdata->node_bootmem_map = phys_to_virt(mapstart << PAGE_SHIFT);
    -
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