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Subject2.4.14pre7aa1
Only in 2.4.14pre6aa1: 00_block-highmem-all-18.bz2
Only in 2.4.14pre6aa1: 10_nohighio-discontigmem-1

Backed out until we sort out the bugreports on real highmem.

Only in 2.4.14pre6aa1: 00_ksoftirqd-1

Just in mainline.

Only in 2.4.14pre6aa1: 00_netconsole-2.4.10-C2
Only in 2.4.14pre7aa1: 00_netconsole-2.4.10-C2-1.bz2

Minor update from tux patch.

Only in 2.4.14pre6aa1: 10_vm-10
Only in 2.4.14pre7aa1: 10_vm-11

Latest vm updates. Merged Linus changes in mainline, also the VM_LOCKED
one on l-k that certainly make sense to avoid inactive cache pollution.
Now keeping dirty swap cache around like pre7 does, dubious
optimization though but I want to see if it makes big differences.
Fixed three vm corruption bugs (one longstanding pre-2.4.9). Good
that Linus spotted a silly vm corruption bug that I was adding in
those updates :), thanks.

Only in 2.4.14pre6aa1: 60_tux-2.4.13-ac4-A3.bz2
Only in 2.4.14pre7aa1: 60_tux-2.4.13-ac5-A5.bz2

Latest tux update from www.redhat.com/~mingo, from Ingo Molnar.

Only in 2.4.14pre6aa1: 61_tux-logger-1

Now in tux mainline.

Andrea
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