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SubjectRe: Possible Idea with filesystem buffering.
On Mon, 21 Jan 2002, Hans Reiser wrote:

> Pressure received is not equal to pages yielded. ... The number of
> pages yielded should depend on the interplay of pressure received and
> accesses made.
>
> Does this make more sense now?

Nice recipie for total chaos. You _know_ each filesystem will
behave differently in this respect, it'll be impossible to get
the VM balanced in this way...

Rik
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