kernel BUG in __cache_alloc_node at linux-2.6.git/mm/slab.c:3177!
paulus at samba.org
Fri Oct 20 08:23:50 EST 2006
Christoph Lameter writes:
> Could you confirm that there is indeed no memory on node 0?
There is about a gigabyte of memory on node 0.
> The expectation to have memory available on the node that you
> bootstrap on is not unrealistic.
What exactly does "available" mean in this context? The console log I
posted earlier showed node 0 as having an active PFN range of 32768 -
278528 (245760 pages, or 960MB), and then showed a "freeing bootmem
node 0" message, *before* we hit the BUG.
If "available" doesn't mean "there are active pages which have been
given to the VM system via free_all_bootmem_node()", what does it
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