RE: [PATCH 2/6] idr: remove MAX_IDR_MASK and move left MAX_IDR_*into idr.c
From: Hefty, Sean
Date: Sun Feb 10 2013 - 16:19:18 EST
> So, if you want a cyclic allocation, the allocation should be tried in
> [start, END) and then [0, start); otherwise, after the allocation
> wraps for the first time, as the closer the starting point gets to
> END, the chance of not finding a vacant slot in [start, END) goes
> higher. When @start equals END - 1 for the second time, if the first
> END - 1 allocation is still around, you'll get -ENOSPC.
Got it - thanks. I'll make a note to fix this.
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