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SubjectRe: Active defragmentation : A replacement for bigphysarea?
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On Wed, 2004-03-17 at 09:36, Alok Mooley wrote:
> I have implemented a memory defragmentation utility
> for linux kernel 2.6 based on the paper by Mr. Daniel
> Phillips.
> Can this utility be used instead of the bigphysarea
> patch, for requirements less than MAX_ORDER of
> allocation ?
> Can the people using the bigphysarea patch kindly
> provide me with their respective memory requirements.

Have you incorporated any of the suggestions from the last time that you
posted the patch? Could you post the current version?

-- dave

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