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    SubjectRe: need help interpreting 'free' output.
    On Tue, Oct 30, 2001 at 08:52:58AM -0800, Linus Torvalds wrote:
    > So in the short range, I haven't come up with any really good approaches,
    > but I suspect I'll just have to move the shrink_[di]cache() back to the
    > caller, which will at least shrink them on swapouts (a bit too much, I
    > think, but on the other hand maybe not).

    Agreed.

    It is still interesting to hear if it makes a big performance differece
    under swap though. In particular it would be very nice to keep inodes
    with pagecache in it out of the unused-inode-list, but it would need
    additional bitkeeping in inode.c.

    I'm also wondering why you dropped the early-cow for the write swapins,
    just to avoid managing the anon pages in the lru in do_swap_page and to
    have the logic only in once place? I kept the early-cow logic so I only
    get 1 page fault for every write-swapped-in pages.

    Andrea
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