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SubjectRe: SWSUSP Discontiguous pagedir patch
Hi!

> > Thus, I still think we can go with the patch I submitted before. I've
> > rediffed it against 2.5.63 (less the bits already applied).
>
> I've spent the last week reading, reviewing, and rewriting major portions
> of swsusp. I've actually been reasonably impressed, once I was able to get
> the code into a much more readable state.
>
> All in all, I think the idea of saving state to swap is dangerous for
> various reasons. However, I like some of the other concepts of the code,

Can you elaborate? I believe writing
to swap is good for user; and it works.

> and will use them in developing a more palatable mechanism of doing STDs

What is STD?


> http://ldm.bkbits.net:8080/linux-2.5-power
>

Can you post cumulative diff of work-in-progress?
I am not permitted to use bk. Also please
make sure that you post the diff before
you merge it (and please Cc me).
Pavel
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