Re: vmscan.c heuristic adjustment for smaller systems

From: Marc Singer
Date: Sun Apr 18 2004 - 00:37:16 EST

On Sun, Apr 18, 2004 at 03:19:59PM +1000, Nick Piggin wrote:
> >>Well, here is the current patch against 2.6.5-mm6. -mm is
> >>different enough from -linus now that it is not 100% trivial
> >>to patch (mainly the rmap and hugepages work).
> >
> >
> >Will this work against 2.6.5 without -mm6?
> >
> Unfortunately it won't patch easily. If this is a big
> problem for you I could make you up a 2.6.5 version.

We'll, I'll try applying his patch and then yours. If it doesn't work
I'll let you know.

> >As an aside, I've been using SVN to manage my kernel sources. While
> >I'd be thrilled to make it work, it simply doesn't seem to have the
> >heavy lifting capability to handle the kernel work. I know the
> >rudiments of using BK. What I'd like is some sort of HOWTO with
> >example of common tasks for kernel development. Know of any?
> >
> Well I don't do a great deal of coding or merging, but I
> use Andrew Morton's patch scripts which make things very
> easy for me.

Where does he keep 'em.

> Regarding bitkeeper, I have never tried it but there is
> some help in Documentation/BK-usage/ which might be of
> use to you.

I'll read it. Thanks.

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