On Wed, 16 Aug 2006, David Chinner wrote:
> Also, some slab users probably want their own pool of objects that
> nobody else can use - mempools are a good example of this - so there
> needs to a way of indicating slabs should not be merged into the
> kmalloc array.
slabs are only merged if they are compatible with the kmalloc array. If a
slab uses a memory pool then that would prohibit the merging.
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