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Re: modload & xen and -current 9.99.60

On Fri, May 08, 2020 at 02:55:10PM +0200, Frank Kardel wrote:
> I checked to same kernel in an instance with memory=2048 and it just works.
> Using todays kernel also works woth memory=2048.
> Using memory=65536 for the xen instance gives a surprising familiar
> TEST-A# modload bpfjit
> [  97.4727034] kobj_load, 444: [%M/bpfjit/bpfjit.kmod]: linker error: out of
> memory
> modload: bpfjit: Cannot allocate memory
> So it seems to be linked to available memory.
> The more you have the less you get for modload.

It could be a variable overflow somewhere but I can't see how it relates to
64Gb. Does it work with 16Gb ?

Also could you try with a PVH or HVM guest ? These ones would use modules
from /stand/amd64/ and not /stand/amd64-xen/ and should be close to native.

I don't have a box with that much RAM to test ...

Manuel Bouyer <>
     NetBSD: 26 ans d'experience feront toujours la difference

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