Cleanup and code consolidation for readv and writev: generic_file_read()
and generic_file_write() take an iovec, and tons of code goes away.
A work in progress.
Allow finer-than-fs-blocksize alignment for O_DIRECT.
A work in progress, which has a bit of a correctness problem, actually.
Some cleanups and fixes from Christoph.
Also quite a lot of fiddling with the new non-blocking page reclaim
code. This works well.
Fix block-highmem for scsi
Indexed directories for ext3
Fix the boot-time reporting of each zone's available pages
Fix the __block_write_full_page() error path.
Back out the initial work for atomic copy_*_user()
spinlock/rwlock checking infrastructure
refill the inactive list more quickly
Use kmap_atomic() for generic_file_read()
Use kmap_atomic() for generic_file_write()
Fix throttling of heavy write()rs.
Make the global dirty memory accounting more accurate
Cleanup and fix the ramdisk driver (doesn't work right yet)
i386 discontigmem coding cleanups
i386 discontigmem cleanups
Downward adjustments to the default dirtymemory thresholds
Limit the consumption of ZONE_NORMAL by buffer_heads
rmap pte_chain space and CPU reductions
Resurrect CONFIG_HIGHPTE - ia32 pagetables in highmem
O_DIRECT support for readv/writev
Clean up readv/writev
Reduced direct-IO alignment requirements
age slab pages on the LRU
Reduce scheduling latency across zap_page_range
Resurrect buffermem accounting
Configurable kenrel/user memory split
ia32 huge tlb pages
u.ext3_sb -> generic_sbp
Fix an OOM condition on big highmem machines
Clean up the tlb gather code
arch-neutral dump_stack() function
move mdavise implementation into mm/madvise.c
VMA splitting patch
mmap.c cleanup and lock ranking fixes
Move submit_bh() and ll_rw_block() into fs/buffer.c
Cleanup and extension of the writeback paths
Infrastructure for communicating request queue congestion to the VM
non-blocking writeback infrastructure, use it for pdflush
Non-blocking page reclaim
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