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    SubjectRe: [PATCH][0/8] (Targeting 2.6.17) Posix memory locking and balanced mlock-LRU semantic
    I will check and fix it.

    2006/3/20, Christoph Lameter <>:
    > On Mon, 20 Mar 2006, Stone Wang wrote:
    > > 2. More consistent LRU semantics in Memory Management.
    > > Mlocked pages is placed on a separate LRU list: Wired List.
    > > The pages dont take part in LRU algorithms,for they could never be swapped,
    > > until munlocked.
    > This also implies that dirty bits of the pte for mlocked pages are never
    > checked.
    > Currently light swapping (which is very common) will scan over all pages
    > and move the dirty bits from the pte into struct page. This may take
    > awhile but at least at some point we will write out dirtied pages.
    > The result of not scanning mlocked pages will be that mmapped files will
    > not be updated unless either the process terminates or msync() is called.
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