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    SubjectRe: 2.6.0 performance problems
    On Tue, 30 Dec 2003, Roger Luethi wrote:

    > I bet this is just yet another instance of a problem we've been
    > discussing on lkml and linux-mm for several months now (although Linus
    > asking for DMA presumably means it's not as well known as I thought
    > it was).
    >
    > Basically, when you need to resort to paging for getting work done on
    > 2.6 you're screwed. Your bk export takes a lot more memory than you
    > have RAM in your machine, right?

    Right. I have 120MB RAM and 256MB swap partition. That corresponds to
    the 85 to 90 percent top says I am spending in iowait.
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