| On Thu, 2003-04-10 at 23:02, David Mosberger wrote:
| > The workaround below is to allocate 4KB per 8 CPUs. Not really a
| > solution, but the fundamental problem is that /proc/interrupts
| > shouldn't use a fixed buffer size in the first place. I suppose
| > another solution would be to use vmalloc() instead. It all feels like
| > bandaids though.
| How about switching to Al's seqfile interface ?
It's already using it, but it uses the simple/single version of it,
which doesn't automagically extend the output buffer area when
it's full, so a max size buffer has to be allocated for it
I'll look at changing it unless somebody beats me (to it :).
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