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    SubjectRe: that page count overflow thing
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    From: William Lee Irwin III <wli@holomorphy.com>
    Date: Mon, 21 May 2007 04:37:47 -0700

    > This could be awkward with allocation requirements. How about an
    > open-addressed hash table? It can be made so large as to never
    > need to expand in advance with a very small constant factor space
    > overhead.

    I was just thinking of a normal hash table with entries that
    looked simply like:

    struct page_big_count_hash {
    struct page_big_count_hash *next; /* or list_head or hlist_head etc. */
    struct page *key;
    atomic64_t count;
    };
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