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    SubjectRe: HIGH MEMORY access
    Lyle wrote earlier:
    > Im talking about physical memory. (Actually it will be RAM reported
    > unusable by E820).

    Ingo Molnar wrote:
    > kmap is the way to go, although this is only necessery if the physical
    > address can be bigger than 1GB. Is this the case?
    >

    Now I'm confused: I thought that ioremap() should be used for reserved
    memory, and kmap() for normal memory (e820: ram) with
    page->virtual==NULL.

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    Manfred

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