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    SubjectRe: [PATCH] NUMA API for Linux 5/ Add VMA hooks for policy
    > Perhaps you missed a patch? (several of the patches depended on each other) 

    No - perhaps Christoph Hellwig removed the include.

    See the patch small-numa-api-fixups.patch in 2.6.6-rc3-mm2:

    ========================= snip =========================
    From: Christoph Hellwig <hch@lst.de>

    - don't include mempolicy.h in sched.h and mm.h when a forward delcaration
    is enough. Andi argued against that in the past, but I'd really hate to add
    another header to two of the includes used in basically every driver when we
    can include it in the six files actually needing it instead (that number is
    for my ppc32 system, maybe other arches need more include in their
    directories)

    - make numa api fields in tast_struct conditional on CONFIG_NUMA, this gives
    us a few ugly ifdefs but avoids wasting memory on non-NUMA systems.

    ... details omitted ...
    ========================= snip =========================

    Christoph did add the needed #include's of mempolicy.h in the
    generic files that needed it, but not in the ia64 files, more
    or less.

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