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Re: Mach's in-kernel scheduling

From: Thomas Bushnell, BSG
Subject: Re: Mach's in-kernel scheduling
Date: 21 Aug 2001 11:16:33 -0700
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Igor Khavkine <i_khavki@alcor.concordia.ca> writes:

> I'm thinking of different ways of tracing the kernel's memory consumption
> to see where pathological resource consumption occurs. I think ti would
> be fruitful to list all the data structures describing the state of
> resource allocation. It is simple enough to list all the zones being
> used in the kernel, but is there any memory allocated that is not recorded
> in some zone? and if so, which data structures is it recorded in?

Most little bits of memory come though zalloc.  There is also kalloc.
Many things probably allocate whole pages directly for their use as

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