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    SubjectRe: lowmem_reserve (replaces protection)
    On Wed, 27 Oct 2004, Andrea Arcangeli wrote:

    > the per-classzone kswapd treshold was very well taken care of in 2.4,
    > thanks the watermarks embedding the low/min/high and the classzone being
    > passed up to the kswapd wakeup function.

    And it works fine on non-numa x86.

    However, doesn't the protection also serve a purpose for
    NUMA fallback ? How is that handled by your code ?

    NUMA wasn't very important a few years ago, but with AMD64
    systems being common, it is an important consideration now.

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    by definition, not smart enough to debug it." - Brian W. Kernighan

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