|| ||Christoph Lameter <email@example.com> |
|| ||Pekka Enberg <firstname.lastname@example.org> |
|| ||[S+Q Cleanup2 0/6] SLUB: Cleanups V2 |
|| ||Wed, 18 Aug 2010 11:25:39 -0500|
|| ||Article, Thread
V1->V2: Fixes as discussed with David.
These are just the 6 remaining cleanup patches (after the 2.6.36 merge
got the other in) in preparation for the Unified patches.
I think it may be best to first try to merge these and make sure that
they are fine before we go step by step through the unification patches.
I hope they can go into -next.
Uninline debug functions in hot paths. There is no point of the compiler
folding them in because they are typically unused.
Remove dynamic creation of DMA caches and create them statically
(will be turned dynamic by patch 4 but will then always be preallocated
on boot and not from the hotpath)
Remove static allocation of kmem_cache_cpu array and rely on the
percpu allocator to allocate memory for the array on bootup.
Remove static allocation of kmem_cache structure for kmalloc and friends.
Extract hooks for memory checkers.
Move gfpflag masking out of the allocator hotpath
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