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authorKOSAKI Motohiro <kosaki.motohiro@jp.fujitsu.com>2010-03-05 13:41:59 -0800
committerLinus Torvalds <torvalds@linux-foundation.org>2010-03-06 11:26:25 -0800
commitda0aa138944311e6745a00ac3d88f03e8d9a46c4 (patch)
treef8a88b12652fb2e4ed6775b0cc32da837ca2d949 /mm/mempolicy.c
parentd96ae5309165d9ed7c008a178238977b73595cd9 (diff)
downloadvexpress-lsk-da0aa138944311e6745a00ac3d88f03e8d9a46c4.tar.gz
mm/mempolicy.c: fix indentation of the comments of do_migrate_pages
Currently, do_migrate_pages() have very long comment and this is not indent properly. I often misunderstand it is function starting commnents and confused it. this patch fixes it. note: this patch doesn't break 80 column rule. I guess original author intended this indentaion, but an accident corrupted it. Signed-off-by: KOSAKI Motohiro <kosaki.motohiro@jp.fujitsu.com> Reviewed-by: Christoph Lameter <cl@linux-foundation.org> Signed-off-by: Andrew Morton <akpm@linux-foundation.org> Signed-off-by: Linus Torvalds <torvalds@linux-foundation.org>
Diffstat (limited to 'mm/mempolicy.c')
-rw-r--r--mm/mempolicy.c60
1 files changed, 30 insertions, 30 deletions
diff --git a/mm/mempolicy.c b/mm/mempolicy.c
index 44dd9d1521e..bda230e52ac 100644
--- a/mm/mempolicy.c
+++ b/mm/mempolicy.c
@@ -888,36 +888,36 @@ int do_migrate_pages(struct mm_struct *mm,
if (err)
goto out;
-/*
- * Find a 'source' bit set in 'tmp' whose corresponding 'dest'
- * bit in 'to' is not also set in 'tmp'. Clear the found 'source'
- * bit in 'tmp', and return that <source, dest> pair for migration.
- * The pair of nodemasks 'to' and 'from' define the map.
- *
- * If no pair of bits is found that way, fallback to picking some
- * pair of 'source' and 'dest' bits that are not the same. If the
- * 'source' and 'dest' bits are the same, this represents a node
- * that will be migrating to itself, so no pages need move.
- *
- * If no bits are left in 'tmp', or if all remaining bits left
- * in 'tmp' correspond to the same bit in 'to', return false
- * (nothing left to migrate).
- *
- * This lets us pick a pair of nodes to migrate between, such that
- * if possible the dest node is not already occupied by some other
- * source node, minimizing the risk of overloading the memory on a
- * node that would happen if we migrated incoming memory to a node
- * before migrating outgoing memory source that same node.
- *
- * A single scan of tmp is sufficient. As we go, we remember the
- * most recent <s, d> pair that moved (s != d). If we find a pair
- * that not only moved, but what's better, moved to an empty slot
- * (d is not set in tmp), then we break out then, with that pair.
- * Otherwise when we finish scannng from_tmp, we at least have the
- * most recent <s, d> pair that moved. If we get all the way through
- * the scan of tmp without finding any node that moved, much less
- * moved to an empty node, then there is nothing left worth migrating.
- */
+ /*
+ * Find a 'source' bit set in 'tmp' whose corresponding 'dest'
+ * bit in 'to' is not also set in 'tmp'. Clear the found 'source'
+ * bit in 'tmp', and return that <source, dest> pair for migration.
+ * The pair of nodemasks 'to' and 'from' define the map.
+ *
+ * If no pair of bits is found that way, fallback to picking some
+ * pair of 'source' and 'dest' bits that are not the same. If the
+ * 'source' and 'dest' bits are the same, this represents a node
+ * that will be migrating to itself, so no pages need move.
+ *
+ * If no bits are left in 'tmp', or if all remaining bits left
+ * in 'tmp' correspond to the same bit in 'to', return false
+ * (nothing left to migrate).
+ *
+ * This lets us pick a pair of nodes to migrate between, such that
+ * if possible the dest node is not already occupied by some other
+ * source node, minimizing the risk of overloading the memory on a
+ * node that would happen if we migrated incoming memory to a node
+ * before migrating outgoing memory source that same node.
+ *
+ * A single scan of tmp is sufficient. As we go, we remember the
+ * most recent <s, d> pair that moved (s != d). If we find a pair
+ * that not only moved, but what's better, moved to an empty slot
+ * (d is not set in tmp), then we break out then, with that pair.
+ * Otherwise when we finish scannng from_tmp, we at least have the
+ * most recent <s, d> pair that moved. If we get all the way through
+ * the scan of tmp without finding any node that moved, much less
+ * moved to an empty node, then there is nothing left worth migrating.
+ */
tmp = *from_nodes;
while (!nodes_empty(tmp)) {