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The Linux 3.8 Kernel Can Save A Lot Of RAM

For certain workloads with the Linux 3.8 kernel the physical memory usage is lowered by a significant amount thanks to improvements within this kernel that's presently under development.

Linus Torvalds merged this afternoon Andrew Morton's patch-bomb for the Linux 3.8 merge window that opened earlier this week. When it comes to the miscellaneous VM changes happening for Linux 3.8, there's one item in particular that's worthy of being mentioned.

This merge brings forth zero huge_page support, which as mentioned...Read more at Phoronix

 

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