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    Allocation faliures with highmem seems cured (at least under heavy
    emulation, didn't tested real hardware yet). Robert, could you give it
    a spin and see if you can still reproduce the faliures now?


    Only in 2.4.11pre3aa1: 00_3.5G-address-space-1
    Only in 2.4.11pre6aa1: 00_3.5G-address-space-2


    Only in 2.4.11pre3aa1: 00_debug-gfp-1
    Only in 2.4.11pre6aa1: 10_debug-gfp-1


    Only in 2.4.11pre6aa1: 00_rb-export-1

    Patch from Mark J Roberts to export the rb library function to modules
    (he's using rb trees in a module).

    Only in 2.4.11pre3aa1: 00_rwsem-fair-20
    Only in 2.4.11pre3aa1: 00_rwsem-fair-20-recursive-4
    Only in 2.4.11pre6aa1: 00_rwsem-fair-22
    Only in 2.4.11pre6aa1: 00_rwsem-fair-22-recursive-4


    Only in 2.4.11pre3aa1: 00_unmap-dirty-pte-2

    Dropped, it generated a false positive on s390 that implements
    slightly different semantics for pte_dirty (using per-page
    physical dirty bitflag maintained by hardware).

    Only in 2.4.11pre6aa1: 00_vm-1
    Only in 2.4.11pre3aa1: 00_vm-tweaks-3

    Allocation faliures with highmem should be cured. Swap seems
    smooth and Andrew's workload also seems ok. Still untested
    on real highmem at the moment and I'd love feedback on it.
    I will be able to test very soon on real highmem too thanks
    to resources.

    Only in 2.4.11pre3aa1: 10_highmem-debug-4
    Only in 2.4.11pre6aa1: 10_highmem-debug-5


    Only in 2.4.11pre3aa1: 10_numa-sched-10
    Only in 2.4.11pre6aa1: 10_numa-sched-11


    Only in 2.4.11pre3aa1: 50_uml-patch-2.4.10-5.bz2
    Only in 2.4.11pre6aa1: 50_uml-patch-2.4.10-6.bz2
    Only in 2.4.11pre6aa1: 52_uml-export-objs-1

    Picked last update from sourceforge.

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