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    SubjectRe: [ext3][kernels >= 2.6.20.7 at least] KDE going comatose when FS is under heavy write load (massive starvation)
    > One thing to try out (and dammit, I should make it the default now in 
    > 2.6.21) is to just make the dirty limits much lower. We've been talking
    > about this for ages, I think this might be the right time to do it.

    Could[/should] this stuff be changed from ratios to amounts? Or a quick
    boot-time test to use a ratio if the memory is small and an amount (like
    tax brackets, I would expect) if it's great?
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