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SubjectRe: page_launder() on 2.4.9/10 issue
On Thu, 06 Sep 2001 16:02:04 +0100 Alex Bligh - linux-kernel
<> wrote:

> Stephan,
> >> You yourself proved this, by switching rsize,wsize to 1k and said
> >> it all worked fine! (unless I misread your email).
> >
> > Sorry, misunderstanding: I did not touch rsize/wsize. What I do is to lower
> > action by not letting knfsd walk through the subtrees of a mounted fs. This
> > leads to less allocs/frees by the fs layer which tend to fail and let knfs
> > afterwards.
> OK, I'm getting confused.

To end that:

What I meant was, I did not touch the values most everybody uses on NFS, which
Using smaller values (or default = 1024) gives such a ridicolously bad
performance that I would even prefer samba.


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