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SubjectRe: [PATCH] remove page_launder() from bdflush
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marcelo@conectiva.com.br said:
> There is no reason why bdflush should call page_launder().
> Its pretty obvious that bdflush's job is to only write out _buffers_.
> Under my tests this patch makes things faster.

Oh good. ISTR last time I looked at implementing CONFIG_BLK_DEV I got as far
as trying to remove bdflush() before getting confused at finding
page_launder() in it, and going on to more important things.

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dwmw2


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