> The way sg_low_malloc() tries to allocate, failure messages are
> pretty much garanteed. It tries high order allocations (which
> are unreliable even when not stressed) and backs off until it
> In other words, the messages are a red herring.
Yup. And they should not be printed.
We can add an allocation flag (__GFP_NO_CRITICAL?) which can be used by
sg_low_malloc() (and other non critical allocations) to fail previously
and not print the message.
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