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SubjectRe: Good way to free as much memory as possible under 2.5.34?
On Fri, 13 Sep 2002, Pavel Machek wrote:

> Allocating memory is pain because I have to free it afterwards. Yep I
> have such code, but it is ugly. try_to_free_pages() really seems like
> cleaner solution to me... if you only tell me how to fix it :-).

"Fixing" the VM just so it behaves the way swsuspend wants is
out. If swsuspend relies on all other subsystems playing nicely,
I think it should be removed from the kernel.

I suspect only very few people will use swsuspend, so it should
not be intrusive.

regards,

Rik
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