Sorry, I should have been more clear saying what I wanted.
Yes, kmem_cache_alloc() allocates one object from "this" CPU's slabs. What
I want is a kmalloc_percupu() that allocates one copy for every
CPU in the system. Think of this as dynamically allocacting an
array of NR_CPUS objects with objects residing on different cachelines.
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