On Fri, Dec 06, 2002 at 06:23:02AM -0800, William Lee Irwin III wrote:
> I'm not convinced of grace even if I were to take it from this that it
> were directly tested, which seems doubtful given the nature of the page.
> This page sounds more like CONFIG_HIGHMEM64G is an option.
> And besides, the report is useless unless it's got actual technical
> content and descriptions reported by an kernel hacker.
Well, since I've not seen recent attempts at the Right Way To Do It (TM),
there's also a remote possibility of someone changing the user/kernel
split just to get a bloated mem_map to fit. Many of the smaller apps,
e.g. /bin/sh etc. are indifferent to the ABI violation.
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