Diff for /wikisrc/features/uvm_hotplug.mdwn between versions 1.2 and 1.6

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      [[!template id=man name=uvm_hotplug section=9]] change.       [[!template id=man name=uvm_hotplug section=9]] change.
   
      Early boot code of every port is affected. Global variables:       Early boot code of every port is affected. Global variables:
      struct vm_physseg vm_physmem;  
      int vm_nphysmem;             struct vm_physseg vm_physmem;
              int vm_nphysmem;
   
      are no longer visible. They need to be replaced by appropriate       are no longer visible. They need to be replaced by appropriate
      accessor calls in [[!template id=man name=uvm_hotplug section=9]]       accessor calls in [[!template id=man name=uvm_hotplug section=9]]
   
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      [[!template id=man name=uvm_hotplug section=9]] manual.       [[!template id=man name=uvm_hotplug section=9]] manual.
   
      The "switchover" CVS commit log is here:       The "switchover" CVS commit log is here:
      [http://mail-index.netbsd.org/source-changes/2016/12/23/msg080110.html](http://mail-index.netbsd.org/source-changes/2016/12/23/msg080110.html)       <http://mail-index.netbsd.org/source-changes/2016/12/23/msg080110.html>
   
   2. What files may be affected?    2. What files may be affected?
   
      In most of the architectures the "sys/arch/<arch_name>/<arch_name>/machdep.c"       In most of the architectures the `sys/arch/<arch_name>/<arch_name>/machdep.c`
      and "sys/arch/<arch_name>/<arch_name>/pmap.c" if they exist are usually       and `sys/arch/<arch_name>/<arch_name>/pmap.c` if they exist are usually
      affected.       affected.
   
      But this may not be a exhaustive list. Any other files that deals with pmap and       But this may not be a exhaustive list. Any other files that deals with pmap and
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   3. What does it do ?    3. What does it do ?
   
      [[!template id=man name=uvm_hotplug section=9]] manages the previously exposed "vm_physmem" static array which       [[!template id=man name=uvm_hotplug section=9]] manages the previously exposed `vm_physmem` static array which
      used to keep track of the memory segments.       used to keep track of the memory segments.
   
      In the current implementation, the array has been replaced with a       In the current implementation, the array has been replaced with a
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      An array based implementation is also provided, for backwards       An array based implementation is also provided, for backwards
      compatibility. This is the default implementation and does not provide       compatibility. This is the default implementation and does not provide
      hot pluggability. It is also used without 'options UVM_HOTPLUG'       hot pluggability. It is also used without `options UVM_HOTPLUG`
      However the API itself is implementation agnostic.       However the API itself is implementation agnostic.
   
   4. Why is it needed?    4. Why is it needed?
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      An example of [[!template id=man name=uvm_hotplug section=9]] api's       An example of [[!template id=man name=uvm_hotplug section=9]] api's
      application can be found in       application can be found in
      [[!template id=man name=balloon section=4]].  
   
        [[!template id=man name=balloon section=4]].

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