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    SubjectRe: Progress! was: Re: Yet more VM writable swap-cached pages
    Hi,

    On Thu, 09 Jul 1998 22:06:42 -0400, Bill Hawes <whawes@star.net> said:

    > In my searches for the problem I had overlooked the interaction
    > between the PRESENT and PROT_NONE bits.

    You're not the only one!

    > Hopefully any remaining swap bugs won't be so hard to track down ...

    Yep. Ingo and I have been doing a bunch of swapping stress tests with
    no problems so far, so we're hoping that any other problems that turn
    up will be due to the use of specific features like PROT_NONE and
    won't be problems in the underlying swap mechanisms. Well, we can
    hope, can't we? :)

    --Stephen


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