I was thinking of n netisrs per m CPUs, where n < m; or maybe 1 netisr
for m CPUs, where m is less than the total number.

Having 48 cores contending on netisr stuff is a bit crazy. It's highly
unlikely you need that many cores doing packet pushing.

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