Re: [PATCH 01/05] NUMA: Generic code
From: Andi Kleen
Date: Wed Nov 16 2005 - 02:48:42 EST
Magnus Damm <magnus.damm@xxxxxxxxx> writes:
> For testing, your NUMA emulation code is perfect IMO. But for memory
> resource control your NUMA emulation code may be too simple.
> With my patch, CONFIG_NUMA_EMU provides a way to partition a machine
> into several smaller nodes, regardless if the machine is using NUMA or
> This NUMA emulation code together with CPUSETS could be seen as a
> simple alternative to the memory resource control provided by CKRM.
I believe Werner tried to use it at some point for that and it just
didn't work very well. So it doesn't seem to be very useful for
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