Subject: Re: need buffers?
To: None <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Robert Swindells <email@example.com>
Date: 09/11/2001 01:14:15
Ted Unangst <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>I'm not sure if this is a worthy suggestion, but here goes. These
>machines are tight on RAM and usually have only memory card storage. So
>is it necassary to use disk buffers? This uses 1740 KB of memory possibly
>put to a better use, no?
Maybe. You might still want disk buffers for MicroDrives or NFS mounted
remote file systems.
>Also the kernel conf files have the following two lines:
>options CPU_SA110 # Support the SA110 core
>options CPU_SA1110 # Support the SA110 core
>shouldn't these be more like:
>options CPU_SA1100 # Support the SA1100 core
>options CPU_SA1110 # Support the SA1110 core
There are places in hpcarm/hpcarm/hpc_machdep.c as well as arm/arm/cpufunc.c
that need the CPU_SA110 option.
You wouldn't need both CPU_SA1100 and CPU_SA1110 anyway.