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SubjectRe: kswapd kernel 2.4.9
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Em Qua 03 Out 2001 10:22, cwright@softpixel.com escreveu:
> > I\'m running kernel 2.4.9 under a DELL 8450 with 8xP-III and 10GB RAM.
> > Yesterday a run a BIG I/O, and when this process run, my cached goes to
>
> 9GB
>
> > and the kswapd is using 100% of one cpu after that.
>
> did it stay at 100%, or did it ease up slightly afterward?
>
> I have noticed a similar problem with ancient kernels (2.0.0) and not quite
> as ancient one (2.2.19) where certain applications cause all your physical
> ram to be used, then all the cache. after its all used (for some mystery
> purpose?) it goes back to normal. maybe my boxes are just flukes though
>
> chris
>
I don't reboot the machine and the kswapd stay 100% all the time


Andre
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