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    SubjectRe: What version of the kernel fixes these VM issues?
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    On August 24, 2001 08:14 pm, Nicolas Pitre wrote:
    > I have a totally different setup but I can reproduce the same behavior on
    > the system I have here:
    >
    > ARM board with 32 MB RAM, no flash, NFS root.
    > The kernel is based on 2.4.8-ac9 plus some small VM fixes from -ac10.
    >
    > My test consist in compiling gcc 3.0 while some MP3s are continously playing
    > in the background. The gcc build goes pretty far along until both the mp3
    > player and the gcc build completely jam.

    Which sound system, and which sound card driver?

    > Oh maybe not completely as I get
    > about 100ms of audio playing every 10 secs. bash starts echoing what I type
    > one char per approx 5 sec. The only thing that still works fine is the
    > magic sysrq that clearly shows that the CPU is spinning in the VM code. NFS
    > trafic is also going on full bandwidth but no progress ever happens in user
    > space.

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    Daniel
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