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    SubjectRe: [PATCH] [Request for inclusion] Filesystem in Userspace
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    > It's actually even _normal_ behaviour for many of the core users of shared 
    > files. People who really do databases get quite upset if you don't let
    > them mmap as much memory as they want, because for them, they really tune
    > their cache sizes for the size of memory, and they think the OS (and
    > anything else, for that matter) just gets in their way. They want 99% of
    > memory to be used for the shared mapping, and the remaining 1% for their
    > code.

    I'll try to write a FUSE deadlocker with the newly learnt info, and
    let you know the result.

    Thanks,
    Miklos
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