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SubjectRe: sysmips call and glibc atomic set

> > Not having swap doesn't mean you're safe. Think of any kind of previously
> > unmapped page.
> >
> Is there a reason why it doesn't just force that page to be mapped
> first?

You can map it in... But background daemon can map it out in the
meantime :-). You'd have to map in and pagelock.

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