RE: Frontswap [PATCH 0/4] (was Transcendent Memory): overview
From: Dan Magenheimer
Date: Mon Apr 26 2010 - 08:51:49 EST
> > Maybe incremental development is better? Stabilize and refine
> > code and gradually move to async API, if required in future?
> Incremental development is fine, especially for ramzswap where the APIs
> are all internal. I'm more worried about external interfaces, these
> stick around a lot longer and if not done right they're a pain forever.
Well if you are saying that your primary objection to the
frontswap synchronous API is that it is exposed to modules via
some EXPORT_SYMBOLs, we can certainly fix that, at least
unless/until there are other pseudo-RAM devices that can use it.
Would that resolve your concerns?
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