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Illumos 6033 - arc_adjust() should search MFU lists

6033 arc_adjust() should search MFU lists for oldest
buffer when adjusting MFU size
Reviewed by: Saso Kiselkov <>
Reviewed by: Xin Li <>
Reviewed by: Prakash Surya <>
Approved by: Matthew Ahrens <>


Ported-by: kernelOfTruth
Signed-off-by: Brian Behlendorf <>
Closes #3545
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cmd Fix for recent zdb -h | -i crashes (seg fault)
config Add zfs_sb_prune_aliases() function
contrib Add bash completions by Aneurin Price.
dracut Update dracut README
etc Add /dev/mapper to the list of possible sources for pool devices.
include Illumos 5175 - implement dmu_read_uio_dbuf() to improve cached read p…
lib Illumos 5163 - arc should reap range_seg_cache
man man: fix spelling mistakes in manual
module Illumos 6033 - arc_adjust() should search MFU lists
rpm Base init scripts for SYSV systems
scripts Add
udev Open pools asynchronously after module load
.gitignore Ignore *.{deb,rpm,tar.gz} files in the top directory.
.gitmodules Add compatibility test script
AUTHORS Add a missing > to AUTHORS
COPYRIGHT Update ZED copyright boilerplate
DISCLAIMER Fix minor typos and update marketing copy.
META Tag zfs-0.6.4 Style check shell scripts
README.markdown Fix minor typos and update marketing copy. build: do not call boilerplate ourself Add RHEL style kmod packages
copy-builtin Consistent menuconfig name Initial implementation of zed (ZFS Event Daemon) Move zfs.release generation to configure step


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