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Re: [libvirt] [PATCH 0/5 v3] Add NUMA memory tuning support

On Fri, Jun 17, 2011 at 06:22:53PM +0800, Osier Yang wrote:
> Hi, 
> This series incorporated previous feedbacks received on the
> XML schema, especially on syntax of "nodeset". Now using same
> syntax of "cpuset" of "vcpu". And doing conversion in qemu
> driver internally, as libnuma uses different bitmask format
> to represent NUMA nodes.
> The XML is like:
>   <numatune>
>     <memory mode="strict" nodeset="0-10,^5"/>
>   </numatune>
> Value of "mode" can be either of "strict", "preferred", or
> "interleave".
> One may specify nodemask which is out of range, for this
> case, libvirt will report soft warnings instead of hard
> error. (Kernel is silent as long as one of the set bit is
> valid, E.g. For a host with 2 NUMA nodes, kernel will be
> silent for nodemask "0101010101", as first "bit" which
> represents the first NUMA node is set). The reason for
> reporting soft warnings instead of hard error is one may
> want to define the memory tuning policy priorly with a node
> doesn't exist yet, but may come soon.
> Any feedback is appreciated.

  At this point I think this patchset is ripe for consumption,

  ACK, please push,

   thanks !


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