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    SubjectRe: Patch to reorder functions in the vmlinux to a defined order
    Linus Torvalds wrote:

    > The same should be true on x86, btw. Where we should use a physical start
    > address of 4MB for best performance.

    Does 16MB still work? Gets the kernel out of the old ZONE_DMA. I suppose
    not many people are really using that anyway anymore these days, but if
    no downsides maybe?

    Also, did the kernel still boot on a 4M machine, and would it still do
    so with the change to 4M as posted? 2.4 used to boot fine with 4M. Not
    certain anymore if I ever tested that with 2.6 (and can't right now).

    Rene.
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