skinnyM821Hello, hoping you guys could help me with something:02:41
skinnyM821hope you guys are well. There is in Linux kernel memory management code a macro called NODE_DATA(#) which returns a address to a global page directory. I was hoping you guys could help me understand if the pointer returned by function is driver/userspace application specific (or if it is global between all 'threads'), and also if # represents only NUMA nodes (CPU sockets) or can also work with cores?02:41
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genkgoTrying to submit a bug10:49
genkgoReceived a TImeout error10:49
genkgoMultipe times. Last Error ID:         OOPS-de84ed3593f507340f170d565cc9ecf410:50
genkgoah, it just got through with bug 149013210:56
ubot5bug 1490132 in linux (Ubuntu) "Cannot boot with linux-image-extra-3.13.0-62-generic" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/149013210:56
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