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SubjectRe: 2.4.3 Kernel Freeze with highmem BUG at highmem.c:155 - CRASH
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> The symptons were an ever more sluggish machine over time, memory usage 
> looked pretty standard with the majority of memory assigned to cache... what
> would happen is that at terminal it would go into semi-freeze states of about
> 5-10 seconds (increasing with time), where no user interaction was possible.
> By terminal I mean through a ssh remote terminal.... The load would also
> occasionally just increase for no apparent reason to values of 7,8,9...

I reported the same sluggishness problem on Feb 25. Capsule summary
is 64GB option does not work. I was easily able to reproduce the
sluggishness in 2.4.2, but need to test again for 2.4.4. See if your
problem goes away with the 4GB option.
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