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SubjectRe: pte_page

On Wed, 30 May 2001, Pete Wyckoff wrote:

> > __pa(page_address(pte_page(pte))) is the address you want. [or
> > pte_val(*pte) & (PAGE_SIZE-1) on x86 but this is platform-dependent.]
>
> Does this work on x86 non-kmapped highmem user pages too? (i.e. is
> page->virtual valid for every potential user page.)

you are right, the highmem-compatible solution is to use page-mem_map as
the physical page index.

Ingo

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