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ib0: can't use GFP_NOIO for QPs on device hfi1_0, using GFP_KERNEL

What does this message mean: ib0: can't use GFP_NOIO for QPs on device hfi1_0, using GFP_KERNEL

How do I fix this?

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Re: ib0: can't use GFP_NOIO for QPs on device hfi1_0, using GFP_KERNEL

Hello,

 

 

Thank you for contacting Intel Customer Support.

 

 

Based on this lines, I could say it is associated to the way drivers will allocate and manage memory. GFP_NOIO and GFP_KERNEL will change the blocking level and has many usages.

 

 

I would like to know what Intel product you have, your system configuration and any other detail you would like to add, so we can better assist you.

 

 

 

faugub_intel # iwork4intel

 

 

 

 

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Re: ib0: can't use GFP_NOIO for QPs on device hfi1_0, using GFP_KERNEL

Please let me know if there is more you need than this. If so, please specify what specifically you would like. Thank you.

HW:

-Kennedy Pass Motherboard

-Broadwell Processor

-PCIe-3 Single Port OPA 100 GBE/s

-8 GB DDR4 DIMM

SW:

-BIOS: SE5C610.86B.01.01.0015.012820160943

-RHEL 6.4

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Re: ib0: can't use GFP_NOIO for QPs on device hfi1_0, using GFP_KERNEL

Hello,

 

 

Thank you for the information you shared.

 

 

This is not a problem associated with hardware parts. The issue remains in the usage and allocation blocking tasks. This is something configurable in different ways and differs on the purpose of your system.

 

 

I recommend to contact the Linux community for guidance on this topic.

 

 

faugub_intel # iwork4intel
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