> > Do you think you can suspend with 90% memory kmalloc()-ed?
> Is that a fair question? Would 90% of memory ever be kmalloced? If the
> question is can you suspend with 90% of memory used, then I can answer
> yes. I do it all the time under the code I'm porting to 2.5. (Nearly
> there, by the way).
No, it was not fair question, not at all. If he'd replied with yes,
I'd tell him I don't believe that ;-).
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