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SubjectRe: Using %cr2 to reference "current"
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> Please count the removal of the *very* sparse read_ahead array as
> well (patch went to this list a long time ago) in.
> It doesn't cost anything and saves some few pages depending on the
> number of drivers you have loaded... (Well in comparision to the above
> that's nit picking, but...)

Sounds quite believable. Several of the hashes are oversize too it seems

> And then there is the overloaded struct inde. It would be worth
> quite a bit of memmory to not overlay the private,filesystem
> specific parts but to attach them by a pointer instead, in esp.

Thats what -ac has started doing. Al Viro has done the worst case ones
so far.

Alan
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