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Re: [Libvir] unsigned long



On Tue, Sep 11, 2007 at 05:49:08PM +0100, John Levon wrote:
> 
> I just saw an email about unsigned long and max memory fly by along with
> a comment like "32-bit will never have more than 'X' Gb" ...
> 
> This raises an obvious question: is libvirt explictly not 32/64 clean?
> On Solaris we build everything 32-bit by default unless there is a
> reason for it to be 64-bit. If a 32-bit libvirt can't handle a 64-bit
> kernel, then we have a problem.

  Okay, I didn't realize that. Could you check what part of the API
which are currently a problem w.r.t. this ? It would be good to have
a list, and okay we should use long long for the NUMA cell free query
API...

Daniel

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