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SubjectRe: Getting FS access events

On Sat, 19 May 2001, Pavel Machek wrote:
> > Don't get _too_ hung up about the power-management kind of "invisible
> > suspend/resume" sequence where you resume the whole kernel state.
> Ugh. Now I'm confused. How do you do usefull resume from disk when you
> don't restore complete state? Do you propose something like "write
> only pagecache to disk"?

Go back to the original _reason_ for this whole discussion.

It's not really a "resume" event, it's a "populate caches really
efficiently at boot" event. But the two are basically the same problem,
it's only a matter of how much you populate (do you populate _everything_
or do you populate just disk caches. Populating just the caches is the
smaller and simpler problem, that only solves the "fast boot" issue).


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