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    SubjectRe: [RFC] VM: I have a dream...
    Al Boldi wrote:
    > There is a lot to gain, for one there is no more swapping w/ all its related
    > side-effects. You're dealing with memory only.

    I'm sorry, I think I don't understand. My weakness. Can you please explain?

    Presumably you will want access to more data than you have RAM,
    because RAM is still limited to a few GB these days, whereas a typical
    personal data store is a few 100s of GB.

    64-bit architecture doesn't change this mismatch. So how do you
    propose to avoid swapping to/from a disk, with all the time delays and
    I/O scheduling algorithms that needs?

    -- Jamie
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