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SubjectRe: Memory Rusting Effect [re: Linux hostile to poverty]
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> Depends. I have 127 processes running. About 25 will be in the "working
> set". That leaves 100 processes whose task structure/kernel stack
> could be swapped (maybe just a few things need to be kept in memory).

You cant swap kernel stacks. They have stuff on them touched from other
contexts. Im just talking about code space that isnt needed from interrupt
context or for paging and is easily lockable as 2.3 item


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