> So use kzalloc Do we really need kzalloc()? We have things on the stack right now, and don't initialize, so surely we don't really need to zero things?
> This only addresses one half of the problem. The other problem, i.e., > the fact that the aad array lives on the stack of the caller, is > handled adequately imo by the change proposed by Johannes. But if we allocate things anyway, is it worth expending per-CPU buffers on these? johannes