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[Bug 1233466] Re: Hot-Add Memory failing for lack of udev rule
Maintaining an ever-growing list of vendors is error-prone and TBH quite
silly. Are there any CPUs where we *don't* want hot-add? If not, why
can't the kernel just default to enabling this, instead of userspace
unconditionally turning this on? But if hot-add is supposed to work
everywhere, then for SRUs at least the udev rule could be simplified to
drop the vendor check.
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Hot-Add Memory failing for lack of udev rule
Status in linux package in Ubuntu:
Status in systemd package in Ubuntu:
It appears that the Hot-Add mechanism is not working because of lack
of a udev rule. The required rule is attached to this bug. Please
Furthermore, please ensure that the following patches are included:
The above patches should be in but just wanted to ensure that you guys
Thanks again for the great last minute help.
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