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SubjectRe: [PATCH] Re: 2.4.9-ac15 painfully sluggish
On Tue, Sep 25, 2001 at 04:32:13PM -0300, Rik van Riel wrote:
> I've made a small patch to 2.4.9-ac15 which should make
> page_launder() smoother, make some (very minor) tweaks
> to page aging and updates various comments in vmscan.c

Works for me. I have the premption patch turned on.

On a 192 MB PIII laptop running at 500 MHz I have two X sessions
running, and have opened a zillion application windows on each,
including over a dozen Netscape windows, some Mozilla's, a couple
emacs's, a kernel compile, Staroffice. About every app I can
immediately think of. I haven't tried malloc-ing a ton of memory, but
this contrived real-world test works.

Swap is at 238 MB. Lower than I would have expected, but that doesn't
mean I know anything.

Switching between X sessions just took near 10-seconds going, and only
about 5-seconds coming back. Switching in Staroffice is painful, but
generally the responsiveness feels quite nice.

I like it. Thanks,

-kb, the Kent who will be staying with 2.4.9-ac15, plus preemption
patch, plus this patch--once he figures out how to close all those
windows.
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