On Wed, Jul 02, 2003 at 01:57:01AM +0200, Andi Kleen wrote:
> 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
> no way to get them continuous in IOMMU space (short of copying)
Can two adjacent IOMMU entries be used to map two 1K buffers?
Assume the 1st buffer ends on a 4k alignment and the next one
starts on a 4k alignment.
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