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    SubjectRe: -mm merge plans for 2.6.23
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    On Wed, 25 Jul 2007 13:34:01 +0200, Ingo Molnar said:

    > Maybe the kernel could be extended with a method of opening files in a
    > 'drop from the dcache after use' way. (beagled and backup tools could
    > make use of that facility too.) (Or some other sort of
    > file-cache-invalidation syscall that already exist, which would _also_
    > result in the immediate zapping of the dentry+inode from the dcache.)

    The semantic that would benefit my work patterns the most would not be
    "immediate zapping" - I have 2G of RAM, so often there's no memory pressure,
    and often a 'find' will be followed by another similar 'find' that will hit a
    lot of the same dentries and inodes, so may as well save them if we can.
    Flagging it as "the first to be heaved over the side the instant there *is*
    pressure" would suit just fine.

    Or is that the semantic you actually meant?

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