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SubjectRe: [PATCH] Break out memory initialisation code from page_alloc.c to mem_init.c
On Wed, 29 Nov 2006 18:00:47 +0000
mel@skynet.ie (Mel Gorman) wrote:

> page_alloc.c contains a large amount of memory initialisation code which
> obscures the purpose of the file. This patch breaks out the initialisation
> code into a separate file to make page_alloc.c a bit easier to read.
>
> This is a repost from a long time ago. At the time it was last posted,
> there was too much churn in page_alloc.c and it was put on the back-burner.
> However, there is still a lot going on in page_alloc.c so the time still
> might not be right.

yeah, it spits a 58k reject already. There's basically never a good time for this,
but the best time is around 2.6.x-rc1.
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