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Re: [dm-devel] 2.6.2-udm2



On 2004-02-18T13:11:04,
   Joe Thornber <thornber redhat com> said:

> > Yes. I actually see no way around this, except to tap into a general
> > 'emergency' memory pool. I thought there was something like it, but I
> > forgot the name ;-) Doesn't pvmove use the same?
> PF_MEMALLOC; At the moment this is used for both loading tables, and
> making them active.  Once the LVM tools start preloading properly, it
> will only be used for the activation (resume) operation.

Would this not be an option for a _carefully written_ user-space tester
too?


Sincerely,
    Lars Marowsky-Brée <lmb suse de>

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