Subject: Re: emulation-specific page fault handling
To: matthew green <email@example.com>
From: Emmanuel Dreyfus <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 09/08/2002 09:00:22
> The e_fault field just add 4 bytes to struct emul, that makes your
> kernel 80 bytes bigger and it introduce no performance loss. It's not
> exactly what I'd call an expensive change. IMHO it's not worth an ifdef.
> i wish people would not think this way. (you also forgot about
> 64 bit platforms.)
Well, in fact it's not 80 bytes, since you never build a kernel with all
emulation option enabled. But if your memory is that scarce, you'll have
no emulation option enabled, and my change will make your kernel 8 bytes
bigger on a 64 bit platform. I have trouble to realize it can be a real
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