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SubjectRe: Linux 2.4.4-ac10
On Thu, 17 May 2001, Mike Galbraith wrote:

> > Has anyone benched 2.4.5pre3 vs 2.4.4 vs. ?
>
> Only doing parallel kernel builds. Heavy load throughput is up,
> but it swaps too heavily. It's a little too conservative about
> releasing cache now imho. (keeping about double what it should be
> with this load.. easily [thump] tweaked;)

"about double what it should be"

That's an interesting statement, unless you have some
arguments to define exactly how much cache the system
should keep.

Or are you just comparing with 2.2 and you'd rather
have 2.2 performance? ;)

Rik
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