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CONFIG_TIPC_NODES: Maximum number of nodes in a cluster

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The Linux kernel configuration item CONFIG_TIPC_NODES has multiple definitions:

Maximum number of nodes in a cluster found in net/tipc/Kconfig

The configuration item CONFIG_TIPC_NODES:

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Specifies how many nodes can be supported in a TIPC cluster. Can range from 8 to 2047 nodes; default is 255.

Setting this to a smaller value saves some memory; setting it to higher allows for more nodes.

Maximum number of nodes in cluster found in net/tipc/Kconfig

The configuration item CONFIG_TIPC_NODES:

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Maximum number of nodes inside a TIPC cluster. Maximum supported value is 2047 nodes, minimum is 8.

Setting this to a smaller value saves some memory, setting it to higher allows more nodes.

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