Re: [PATCH 0/3] NUMA boot hash allocation interleaving
From: Brent Casavant
Date: Tue Dec 21 2004 - 11:31:10 EST
On Tue, 21 Dec 2004, Anton Blanchard wrote:
> > The difference between the two runs was with in noise of the benchmark on
> > my small setup. I wont be able to get a larger NUMA system until next year,
> > so I'll retest when that happens. In the mean time, I don't see a reason
> > either to stall this patch, but that may change on I get numbers on a
> > larger system.
> Thanks Jose!
> Brent, looks like we are happy on the ppc64 front.
I didn't realize this was ppc64 testing. What was the exact setup
for the testing? The patch as posted (and I hope clearly explained)
only turns on the behavior by default when both CONFIG_NUMA and
CONFIG_IA64 were active. It could be activated on non-IA64 by setting
hashdist=1 on the boot line, or by modifying the patch.
I would hate to find out that the testing didn't actually enable the
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