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SubjectRe: Any advantage to kernel 2.4 in low-end system?
On Mon, 20 Nov 2000 Steven_Snyder@3com.com wrote:

> In reading about the cool new features of Linux v2.4, most of
> the improvements/changes seem to relate to high-end systems.
> Would users of low-end systems (386/486, low memory, etc.) be
> advised to stay with kernel v2.2.x or is v2.4.x the way to go
> for these systems as well?

The memory management in 2.4 should be quite a bit
better for systems where the working set size is
more than a tiny fraction of system memory ;)

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