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    Subject[PATCH 0/3] Demand faulting for huge pages
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    Hi Andrew.  Can we give hugetlb demand faulting a spin in the mm tree?
    And could people with alpha, sparc, and ia64 machines give them a good
    spin? I haven't been able to test those arches yet.

    -Thanks

    - htlb-get_user_pages removes an optimization that is no longer valid
    when demand faulting huge pages

    - htlb-fault moves the fault logic from hugetlb_prefault() to
    hugetlb_pte_fault() and find_get_huge_page().

    - htlb-acct adds an overcommit check to maintain the no-overcommit
    semantics provided by hugetlb_prefault()
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    Adam Litke - (agl at us.ibm.com)
    IBM Linux Technology Center

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