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    SubjectRe: How to identify cow (copy-on-write) pages during kernel execution?
    On 6/20/05, Mauricio Lin <mauriciolin@gmail.com> wrote:
    > So the only way to identify copy-on-write pages is when page fault
    > related to copy-on-write happens, right? I mean in the
    > handle_pte_fault() that calls do_wp_page().
    That shows you at the time of copy, and at a given time later you can
    also walk the mm and look that the pte's to see if they are writable.
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