Re: [PATCH 2/2] lib: cpu_rmap: CPU affinity reverse-mapping
From: Eric Dumazet
Date: Tue Jan 04 2011 - 17:19:12 EST
Le mardi 04 janvier 2011 Ã 22:04 +0000, Ben Hutchings a Ãcrit :
> get_rps_cpu() will need to read from an arbitrary entry in cpu_rmap (not
> the current CPU's entry) for each new flow and for each flow that went
> idle for a while. That's not fast path but it is part of the data path,
> not the control path.
Hmm, I call this fast path :(
> > Cache lines dont matter. I was not concerned about speed but memory
> > needs.
> > NR_CPUS can be 4096 on some distros, that means a 32Kbyte allocation.
> > Really, you'll have to have very strong arguments to introduce an
> > [NR_CPUS] array in the kernel today.
> I could replace this with a pointer to an array of size
> num_possible_cpus(). But I think per_cpu is wrong here.
Yes, an dynamic array is acceptable
You probably mean nr_cpu_ids
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