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SubjectRe: [PATCH 00/23] proc cleanup.
Quoting Eric W. Biederman (ebiederm@xmission.com):
>
> When working on pid namespaces I keep tripping over /proc.
> It's hard coded inode numbers and the amount of cruft
> accumulated over the years makes it hard to deal with.
>
> So to put /proc out of my misery here is a series of patches that
> removes the worst of the warts.
>
> The first patch which introduces task_refs is used later to address
> one of the worst faults how much low kernel memory it allows

Glad to see the task_refs patches in particular resubmitted.

This is a long set including some big patches, so it's hard to just
sit down and audit for errors, but looking at before- and after- they
look nice.

Resulting kernel passes ltp stresstests and zseries.

-serge
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