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SubjectMM patches against 2.5.31

I've uploaded a rollup of pending fixes and feature work
against 2.5.31 to

http://www.zip.com.au/~akpm/linux/patches/2.5/2.5.31/2.5.31-mm1/

The rolled up patch there is suitable for ongoing testing and
development. The individual patches are in the broken-out/
directory and should all be documented.


broken-out/linus.patch
Incremental BK patch from Linus' tree

broken-out/page_reserved.patch
Test PageReserved in pagevec_release()

broken-out/scsi_hack.patch
Fix block-highmem for scsi

broken-out/page_cache_release_lru_fix.patch
Fix a race between __page_cache_release() and shrink_cache().

broken-out/page_cache_release_fix.patch
Fix __page_cache_release() bugs

broken-out/mvm.patch
Fix vmalloc bugs

broken-out/pte-chain-fix.patch
Fix a VM lockup on uniprocessors

broken-out/func-fix.patch
gcc-2.91.66 does not support __func__

broken-out/ext3-htree.patch
Indexed directories for ext3

broken-out/rmap-mapping-BUG.patch
Fix a BUG_ON(page->mapping == NULL) in try_to_unmap()

broken-out/misc.patch
misc fixlets

broken-out/tlb-speedup.patch
Reduce typical global TLB invalidation frequency by 35%

broken-out/buffer-slab-align.patch
Don't align the buffer_head slab on hardware cacheline boundaries

broken-out/zone-rename.patch
Rename zone_struct->zone, zonelist_struct->zonelist. Remove zone_t,
zonelist_t.

broken-out/per-zone-lru.patch
Per-zone page LRUs

broken-out/per-zone-lock.patch
Per-zone LRU list locking

broken-out/l1-max-size.patch
Infrastructure for determining the maximum L1 cache size which the kernel
may have to support.

broken-out/zone-lock-alignment.patch
Pad struct zone to ensure that the lru and buddy locks are in separate
cachelines.

broken-out/put_page_cleanup.patch
Clean up put_page() and page_cache_release().

broken-out/anon-batch-free.patch
Batched freeing and de-LRUing of anonymous pages

broken-out/writeback-sync.patch
Writeback fixes and tuneups

broken-out/ext3-inode-allocation.patch
Fix an ext3 deadlock

broken-out/ext3-o_direct.patch
O_DIRECT support for ext3.

broken-out/jfs-bio.patch
Convert JFS to use direct-to-BIO I/O

broken-out/discontig-paddr_to_pfn.patch
Convert page pointers into pfns for i386 NUMA

broken-out/discontig-setup_arch.patch
Rework setup_arch() for i386 NUMA

broken-out/discontig-mem_init.patch
Restructure mem_init for i386 NUMA

broken-out/discontig-i386-numa.patch
discontigmem support for i386 NUMA

broken-out/cleanup-mem_map-1.patch
Clean up lots of open-coded uese of mem_map[]. For ia32 NUMA

broken-out/zone-pages-reporting.patch
Fix the boot-time reporting of each zone's available pages

broken-out/enospc-recovery-fix.patch
Fix the __block_write_full_page() error path.

broken-out/fix-faults.patch
Back out the initial work for atomic copy_*_user()

broken-out/bkl-consolidate.patch
Consolidation per-arch lock_kenrel() implementations.

broken-out/might_sleep.patch
Infrastructure to detect sleep-inside-spinlock bugs

broken-out/spin-lock-check.patch
spinlock/rwlock checking infrastructure

broken-out/atomic-copy_user.patch
Support for atomic copy_*_user()

broken-out/kmap_atomic_reads.patch
Use kmap_atomic() for generic_file_read()

broken-out/kmap_atomic_writes.patch
Use kmap_atomic() for generic_file_write()

broken-out/config-PAGE_OFFSET.patch
Configurable kenrel/user memory split

broken-out/throttling-fix.patch
Fix throttling of heavy write()rs.

broken-out/dirty-state-accounting.patch
Make the global dirty memory accounting more accurate

broken-out/rd-cleanup.patch
Cleanup and fix the ramdisk driver (doesn't work right yet)
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