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SubjectRe: broken VM in 2.4.10-pre9
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r> I believe reverse mappings are an essential feature for memory
r> mapped files in order for Linux to support sophisticated
r> distributed file systems or distributed shared memory.

You already have the needed mechanisms for memory-mapped files in the
distributed FS case. Distributed shared memory is much less
convincing, as DSM types have their heads irretrievably stuck up their
ar^Hcademia.

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