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SubjectRe: [RFC PATCH 30/35] Add generic_page_range() function
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On 22 Mar 2006, at 14:33, Keir Fraser wrote:

> Okay, can you suggest a better one? That's the best I could come up
> with that wasn't long winded.

How about apply_to_page_range()?

>
>> secondly, I think you confuse our (confusing) terminology: the page
>> that holds pte_ts is not the pte_page, the pte_page is the page that
>> a pte points to
>
> What should we call it? Essentially we want to be able to get the
> physical address of a PTE in some cases, and passing struct page
> pointer seemed the best way to be able to derive that. I can rename it
> to something else vaguely plausible if the only problem is the
> semantic clash with Linux's idiomatic use of pte_page.

Looks like pmd_page is correct?

-- Keir

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