On Sun, 4 Mar 2001, Mike Galbraith wrote:
> Why do I think it works?
> 1. kswapd attempting to fix everything in one run doesn't take
> into account that tasks not only allocate, they also free. If
> we try to fix everything, we're usually assuring an overreaction.
> 2. scanning a little more agressively brings the cache shrinkage
> to swap ratio to something more realistic for this work load..
> and I strongly suspect many others as well.
Alan, could you please include this in the next -ac kernel ?
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