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           Hey people, i`ve got such a thought
not long ago:
all boxes are different, but the /proc/sys/vm
defaults are equal for every people, so there
is a good issue in getting more performance
from linux, just by making a way to autoadjust
these mysterious values according to amount of
RAM/swap and speed of CPU! Or this can be done
in userspace with an utility which look also
on the field of box` use (eg workstation, server etc...)
But who can make this better than the people who hack the kernel?
And i wonder why such a issue is not clearly covered? (maybe i`m making mistake?)
This can also be done for proc/sys/net/*...

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