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SubjectRe: Subtle MM bug
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Zlatko Calusic <zlatko@iskon.hr> writes:

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> Yes, but a lot more data on the swap also means degraded performance,
> because the disk head has to seek around in the much bigger area. Are
> you sure this is all OK?

I don't think we have more data on the swap, just more data has an
allocated home on the swap. With the earlier allocation we should
(I haven't verified) allocate contiguous chunks of memory contiguously
on the swap. And reusing the same swap pages helps out with this.

Eric
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