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SubjectRe: [PATCH 4 of 53] ipath - cap number of PDs that can be allocated
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 > Put an arbitrary cap on the maximum number of PDs that can be allocated
> for a device. This is arbitrary because the number we support
> is constrained only by system memory and what kmalloc can give us.
> Nevertheless, if we don't have a limit, some third-party OpenIB stress
> tests fail. The limit can be changed on the fly using a module parameter.

Would it make more sense to fix the stress test?

- R.
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