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SubjectStrange Slowdown
Hi



I have a Dual PII with 2GB-RAM on a GX-Chipset Mainboard (Tyan Thunder
100)

Until yesterday that machine ran with Kernel 2.2.19. After upgrading to
2.4.(4/9) it got about 20times SLOWER than with 2.2.19.

After i switched "High Memory-Support" to "OFF"(4GB Before) the speed went
to normal, but now less than half RAM is used.

Any suggestions?

(Kernel 2.2.19 ran with "Maximum Physical Memory = 2GB")




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