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    SubjectRe: page pre-swapping + moving it on cache-list
    On Thu, 6 Sep 2001, Samium Gromoff wrote:

    > Here is an idea i think i stole from Matthew Dillon`s paper.
    >
    > Actually it sound more like we take some pages from the near 0
    > age and swapping them out but not throwing them away, but moving them
    > from active list to cache. So that we can always throw them away
    > at near null cost while shrinking the cache. This is like a
    > replacement for swap-cache if i`m right here...

    This is called the "inactive_clean" list in Linux terminology. ;)

    Rik
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