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authorFrancis Galiegue <>2010-04-23 00:08:02 +0200
committerJiri Kosina <>2010-04-23 02:09:52 +0200
commita33f32244d8550da8b4a26e277ce07d5c6d158b5 (patch)
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parent6c9468e9eb1252eaefd94ce7f06e1be9b0b641b1 (diff)
Documentation/: it's -> its where appropriate
Fix obvious cases of "it's" being used when "its" was meant. Signed-off-by: Francis Galiegue <> Acked-by: Randy Dunlap <> Signed-off-by: Jiri Kosina <>
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@@ -5,7 +5,7 @@
This document describes the cache/tlb flushing interfaces called
by the Linux VM subsystem. It enumerates over each interface,
-describes it's intended purpose, and what side effect is expected
+describes its intended purpose, and what side effect is expected
after the interface is invoked.
The side effects described below are stated for a uniprocessor
@@ -231,7 +231,7 @@ require a whole different set of interfaces to handle properly.
The biggest problem is that of virtual aliasing in the data cache
of a processor.
-Is your port susceptible to virtual aliasing in it's D-cache?
+Is your port susceptible to virtual aliasing in its D-cache?
Well, if your D-cache is virtually indexed, is larger in size than
PAGE_SIZE, and does not prevent multiple cache lines for the same
physical address from existing at once, you have this problem.
@@ -249,7 +249,7 @@ one way to solve this (in particular SPARC_FLAG_MMAPSHARED).
Next, you have to solve the D-cache aliasing issue for all
other cases. Please keep in mind that fact that, for a given page
mapped into some user address space, there is always at least one more
-mapping, that of the kernel in it's linear mapping starting at
+mapping, that of the kernel in its linear mapping starting at
PAGE_OFFSET. So immediately, once the first user maps a given
physical page into its address space, by implication the D-cache
aliasing problem has the potential to exist since the kernel already