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    SubjectRe: [PATCH V10 0/6] mm: frontswap: overview (and proposal to merge at next window)
    On Thu, 15 Sep 2011 14:33:05 -0700
    Dan Magenheimer <dan.magenheimer@oracle.com> wrote:

    > [PATCH V10 0/6] mm: frontswap: overview (and proposal to merge at next window)
    >
    > (Note: V9->V10 only change is corrections in debugfs-related code/counters)
    >
    > (Note to earlier reviewers: This patchset was reorganized at V9 due
    > to feedback from Kame Hiroyuki and Andrew Morton. Additionally, feedback
    > on frontswap v8 from Andrew Morton also applies to cleancache, to wit:
    > (1) change usage of sysfs to debugfs to avoid unnecessary kernel ABIs
    > (2) rename all uses of "flush" to "invalidate"
    > As a result, additional patches (5of6 and 6of6) were added to this
    > series at V9 to patch cleancache core code and cleancache hooks in the mm
    > and fs subsystems and update cleancache documentation accordingly.)
    >

    I'm sorry I couldn't catch following... what happens at hibernation ?
    frontswap is effectively stopped/skipped automatically ? or contents of
    TMEM can be kept after power off and it can be read correctly when
    resume thread reads swap ?

    In short: no influence to hibernation ?
    I'm sorry if I misunderstand some.

    Thanks,
    -Kame



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