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SubjectRe: [with-PATCH-really] highmem deadlock removal, balancing & cleanup
On Sat, 26 May 2001, Alan Cox wrote:

> But Linus is right I think - VM changes often prove
> 'interesting'. Test it in -ac , gets some figures for real world
> use then plan further

Oh well. As long as he takes the patch to page_alloc.c, otherwise
everybody _will_ have to "experiment" with the -ac kernels just
to have a system with highmem which doesn't deadlock ;)

cheers,

Rik
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