From: Andi Kleen <email@example.com>
Date: Wed, 2 Jul 2003 01:57:01 +0200
The K8 IOMMU cannot support this virtually contiguous thing. The reason
is that there is no guarantee that an entry in a sglist is a multiple
of page size. And the aperture can only map 4K sized chunks, like
a CPU MMU. So e.g. when you have an sglist with multiple 1K entries there is
What do you mean? You map only one 4K chunk, and this is used
for all the sub-1K mappings.
I can only map 8K sized chunks on the sparc64 IOMMU and this
works perfectly fine.
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