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SubjectRe: can kernel memory allocated by kmalloc be swapped out??
On Sun, 17 Sep 2000 aprasad@in.ibm.com wrote:

> suppose i allocate some kernel memory in a module by calling
> kmalloc, can that memory be swapped out, for example in AIX even
> the kernel memory which is allocated by rmalloc is swappable!!

Under Linux, kernel memory is not swappable.

Rik
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