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SubjectRe: Plans for Onezonelist patch series ???
On (08/11/07 12:20), Christoph Lameter didst pronounce:
> On Thu, 8 Nov 2007, Mel Gorman wrote:
> > I've rebased the patches to mm-broken-out-2007-11-06-02-32. However, the
> > vanilla -mm and the one with onezonelist applied are locking up in the
> > same manner. I'm way too behind at the moment to guess if it is a new bug
> > or reported already. At best, I can say the patches are not making things
> > any worse :) I'll go through the archives in the morning and do a bit more
> > testing to see what happens.
> I usually base my patches on Linus' tree as long as there is no tree
> available from Andrew. But that means that may have to
> approximate what is in there by adding this and that.

Unfortunately for me, there are several collisions with the patches when
applied against -mm if the patches are based on latest git. They are mainly in
mm/vmscan.c due to the memory controller work. For the purposes of testing and
merging, it makes more sense for me to work against -mm as much as possible.

Mel Gorman
Part-time Phd Student Linux Technology Center
University of Limerick IBM Dublin Software Lab
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