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SubjectRe: Swap vs No Swap.
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On Thursday 22 November 2001 4:01 pm, war wrote:
> Once again, I have enough ram where I am not going to run out for the
> things I do.
> I never need swap.
>
> When the system swaps, it slows down the system responsiveness big time.

"when it swaps" is meaningless: Linux ALWAYS swaps when there is swapspace.
Do you mean when it *thrashes*? Or does your system have problems during I/O
such as not using DMA for disk access?


James.
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