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Hi I read paper "LIRS:An Efficient Low Inter-reference Recency SetReplacement Policy. by Song Jiang" and "Clock-Pro by Rik Van Riel" And from their website, I know that Clock_pro(the approximate version ...
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    I read paper "LIRS:An Efficient Low Inter-reference Recency SetReplacement Policy. by Song Jiang" and "Clock-Pro by Rik Van Riel"
    And from their website, I know that Clock_pro(the approximate version of LIRS) has been supported in linux kernel 2.6.9. Now my question is how to enable the clock_pro option in linux. As a result, the page replacement algorithm is clock_pro but not LRU.

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    Jason
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    Well, it isn't accessible in the kernel configuration tools, so my guess is that this is hard-coded in the kernel. I would suggest you try to communicate with the kernel maintainers at The Linux Kernel Archives to find out which components implement this.
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