LinuxMMDocumentation contains information on how to tweak the Linux kernel memory management subsystem.
LinuxMMInternals explains how some of the Linux kernel memory management works.
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You can also discuss things on the Kernelnewbies Memory Management web forum.
CompressedCaching - Reduce I/O by keeping more data in memory.
AdvancedPageReplacement The time needed to swap a single program into memory is ever increasing, so page replacement is becoming more and more important.
NetworkStorageDeadlock - storage over network has a deadlock problem, where it can take memory to free memory.
PageTrace - a kernel patch and tool to analyze memory access patterns.
HugePages - Improving the availability and usability of huge pages
Superpages - Port of Rice University's Superpages to Linux (2.6 kernel).
2006-04-09, thanks to Maureen Duffy, Linux-MM now has a cute logo. Thank you, Maureen.
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