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    On December 12, 2001 12:16 pm, Andrea Arcangeli wrote:
    > On Tue, Dec 11, 2001 at 04:27:23PM +0100, Daniel Phillips wrote:
    > > On December 11, 2001 03:23 pm, Andrea Arcangeli wrote:
    > > > As said I wrote some documentation on the VM for my last speech at the
    > > > one of the most important italian linux events, it explains the basic
    > > > design. It should be published on their webside as soon as I find the
    > > > time to send them the slides. I can post a link once it will be online.
    > >
    > > Why not also post the whole thing as an email, right here?
    >
    > I uploaded it here:

    ftp://ftp.suse.com//pub/people/andrea/talks/english/2001/pluto-dec-pub-0.tar.gz

    This is really, really useful.

    Helpful hint: to run the slideshow, get magicpoint (debian users: apt-get
    install mgp) and do:

    mv pluto.mpg pluto.mgp # ;)
    mgp pluto.mgp -x vflib

    Helpful hint #2: Actually, just gv pluto.ps is gets all the content.

    Helpful hint #3: Actually, less pluto.mgp will do the trick (after the
    rename) and lets you cut and paste the text, as I'm about to do...

    Nit: "vm shrinking is not serialized with any other subsystem, it is also
    only---^^^^
    threaded against itself."

    The big thing I see missing from this presentation is a discussion of how
    icache, dcache etc fit into the picture, i.e., shrink_caches.

    --
    Daniel

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