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    SubjectRe: [RFC] Arch option to touch newly allocated pages
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    hpa@zytor.com said:
    > I think it's you -- you seem to suffer from the "my application is the
    > only one that counts" syndrome. If you want to pages dirtied, then
    > dirty them using memset() or similar.

    I think you and Alan think I want the host kernel to do the dirtying. Not so,
    I want no changes on the host. I want a hook that UML can use to make sure
    that all pages that it allocates are backed.

    And memset or something similar is exactly what I have in mind.

    Jeff

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