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SubjectRe: highmem handling again
Hi!

> > I agree that swsusp_free is not the right place to restore_highmem(),
> > but I can't find "right" place to do it... Best I could come up is
> > with is:
> >
> > It did not work at the end of swsusp_resume, or at the end of
> > swsusp_restore, IIRC.
>
> I'm doing: copy back lowmem, restore local processor context, flush
> local tlb, restore highmem, allow other processors to restore their
> processor contexts and flush local tlbs. It works fine here.

Yes, I'd like to do the same, I just have problems finding that place
in new structure.
Pavel
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