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SubjectRe: [2.4.17/18pre] VM and swap - it's really unusable

On 20020108 Dieter Nützel wrote:
>Is it possible to decide, now what should go into 2.4.18 (maybe -pre3) -aa or
>-rmap?
>Andrew Morten`s read-latency.patch is a clear winner for me, too.
>What about 00_nanosleep-5 and bootmem?
>The O(1) scheduler?
>Maybe preemption? It is disengageable so nobody should be harmed but we get
>the chance for wider testing.
>
>Any comments?
>

I would pefer the ton of small, usefull and safe bits in Andrea's kernel
(vm-21, cache-aligned-spinlocks, compiler, gcc3, rwsem, highmen fixes...)

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