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Hi,
I'm trying to figure out the virtual memory manager implementation at
x86_64. I'm relatively a newbie in this part of kernel code, so I'd
rather read some document with general principles of x86_64
implementation before reading the code. Does such document (Wiki page or
mayble lkml posting I missed) exist or am I being too naive?
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