why choose 896MB to the start point of ZONE_HIGHMEM
From: hayfeng Lee
Date: Tue Apr 06 2010 - 10:37:55 EST
I have a question:
Why does linux choose 896MB to do a start point of ZONE_HIGHMEM and
the end point of ZONE_NORMAL. Just for experience?
What is the advantages?
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