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SubjectRe: [PATCH]: Cleanup of __alloc_pages
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On Tue, 2005-11-08 at 17:00 +1100, Nick Piggin wrote:

>
> > However, I appreciate your preference to separate cleanup from semantic
> > change. Perhaps this means leaving the ALLOC_CPUSET flag in your
> > cleanup patch, then one of us following on top of that with a patch to
> > simplify and fix the cpuset invocation semantics and a second cleanup
> > patch to remove ALLOC_CPUSET as a separate flag.
> >
>
> That would be good. I'll send off a fresh patch with the
> ALLOC_WATERMARKS fixed after Rohit gets around to looking over
> it.
>

Nick, your changes have really come out good. Thanks. I think it is
definitely a good starting point as it maintains all of existing
behavior.

I guess now I can argue about why we should keep the watermark low for
GFP_HIGH ;-)

Paul, sorry for troubling you with those magic numbers again in the
original patch...

-rohit

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