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Subject2.5.34-mm2

url: http://www.zip.com.au/~akpm/linux/patches/2.5/2.5.34/2.5.34-mm2/

-throttling-fix.patch
-sleeping-release_page.patch
-dirty-state-accounting.patch
-discontig-cleanup-1.patch
-discontig-cleanup-2.patch
-writeback-thresholds.patch
-buffer-strip.patch
-rmap-speedup.patch
-wli-highpte.patch

Merged

-lpp2.patch

Folded into lpp.patch - hugetlb fixes

+lpp-update.patch

More hugetlb fixes from Rohit.

+pf_nowarn.patch

Prevent some `page allocation failure' warnings which aren't supposed
to come out.

+jeremy.patch

Spel Jermy's naim wright

-segq.patch

SEGQ had an interaction with the dirty memory management. This interaction
was the source of Badari's IO bandwidth regression. Removed until I have
time to poke at it.

+wake-speedup.patch

Badari's pagecache writeout is back up to 270 megs/sec. The CPUs are pegged
and the hottest functions are

5348 __wake_up 111.4167
6954 unlock_page 72.4375
187676 generic_file_write_nolock 71.9617
9577 __scsi_end_request 54.4148

I cannot reproduce these profiles with mortal numbers of hard disks, but
the wakeup code can be sped up heaps.

The patch implements a new wait/wakeup mechanism which removes wait_queues
from wait_queue_head's within __wake_up(), rather than within the woken
process.

+buddyinfo.patch

/proc/buddyinfo - stats on free page fragmentation.

+free_area.patch

Nail another gratuitous typedef

+radix_tree_gang_lookup.patch

Multipage pagecache scan and lookup.

+truncate_inode_pages.patch

Redo the truncate/invalidate code to use gang lookups.





linus.patch
cset-1.568.17.13-to-1.648.txt.gz

scsi_hack.patch
Fix block-highmem for scsi

ext3-htree.patch
Indexed directories for ext3

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

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

readv-writev.patch
O_DIRECT support for readv/writev

llzpr.patch
Reduce scheduling latency across zap_page_range

buffermem.patch
Resurrect buffermem accounting

lpp.patch
ia32 huge tlb pages

lpp-update.patch
hugetlbpage fixes

sharedmem.patch
Add /proc/meminfo:Mapped - tha amount of memory which is mapped into pagetables

ext3-sb.patch
u.ext3_sb -> generic_sbp

oom-fix.patch
Fix an OOM condition on big highmem machines

tlb-cleanup.patch
Clean up the tlb gather code

dump-stack.patch
arch-neutral dump_stack() function

wli-cleanup.patch
random cleanups

madvise-move.patch
move mdavise implementation into mm/madvise.c

split-vma.patch
VMA splitting patch

mmap-fixes.patch
mmap.c cleanup and lock ranking fixes

buffer-ops-move.patch
Move submit_bh() and ll_rw_block() into fs/buffer.c

slab-stats.patch
Display total slab memory in /proc/meminfo

writeback-control.patch
Cleanup and extension of the writeback paths

free_area_init-cleanup.patch
free_area_init() code cleanup

alloc_pages-cleanup.patch
alloc_pages cleanup and optimisation

statm_pgd_range-sucks.patch
Remove the pagetable walk from /proc/stat

remove-sync_thresh.patch
Remove /proc/sys/vm/dirty_sync_thresh

pf_nowarn.patch
Fix up the handling of PF_NOWARN

jeremy.patch
Spel Jermy's naim wright

queue-congestion.patch
Infrastructure for communicating request queue congestion to the VM

nonblocking-ext2-preread.patch
avoid ext2 inode prereads if the queue is congested

nonblocking-pdflush.patch
non-blocking writeback infrastructure, use it for pdflush

nonblocking-vm.patch
Non-blocking page reclaim

wake-speedup.patch
Faster wakeup code

sync-helper.patch
Speed up sys_sync() against multiple spindles

slabasap.patch
Early and smarter shrinking of slabs

write-deadlock.patch
Fix the generic_file_write-from-same-mmapped-page deadlock

buddyinfo.patch
Add /proc/buddyinfo - stats on the free pages pool

free_area.patch
Remove struct free_area_struct and free_area_t, use `struct free_area'

radix_tree_gang_lookup.patch
radix tree gang lookup

truncate_inode_pages.patch
truncate/invalidate_inode_pages rewrite
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