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SubjectRe: [Feature] x86_64 page tracking for Stratus servers
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On Tue, 2006-09-05 at 13:34 -0400, Kimball Murray wrote:
> Attached is a git patch that implements a feature that is used by Stratus
> fault-tolerant servers running on Intel x86_64 platforms. It provides the
> kernel mechanism that allows a loadable module to be able to keep track of
> recently dirtied pages for the purpose of copying live, currently active
> memory, to a spare memory module.


last time this came up, your module wasn't open source.... has that
changed since?
Maybe you should just post it...



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