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SubjectRe: netscape + SIGUNUSED -> 96% CPU
>That's one of the reasons why linux's interactive behaviour is really
>pretty good even under load. If I've got a large simulation plus a
>compile going on in the background, response time in interactive
>sessions is still instantaneous.

Depends on hardware. I've got a 486DX2/66 with 8M RAM swapping to IDE;
if I compile the kernel and run Netscape at the same time, disk activity
goes up markedly, both processes run at a snail's pace, and interactive
performance isn't too hot either. OTOH, doing significantly better in
this case would take a miracle.

Aaron Ucko (; finger for PGP public key) | Geek Code
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philosophers. We think, therefore we am." -- Terry Pratchett, _Small Gods_

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