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SubjectRe: Proposal: Eliminate GFP_DMA
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On Wed, 2003-03-05 at 07:43, Rogier Wolff wrote:
> PCI devices on the restricted PCI bus (dev2) will have to pass a
> memory allocation descriptor that describes just the memory on
> that PCI bus, the other one (dev1) can pass a descriptor that
> prefers the non-shared memory, (leaving as much as possible for
> the devices on the other bus (bus2)), but
> reverts to the memory that the other devices can handle as well.

Which is actually what I said - you need to have the pci_alloc
equivalents for generic devices and pass the device you wish to
do the allocation for. How that allocation occurs doesn't
matter too much and can be arch specific

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