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SubjectRe: highmem=system killer, 2.2.17=performance killer ?
On Tue, 15 Jan 2002 04:13:49 +0100
Klaus Meyer <k.meyer@m3its.de> wrote:

> i've got serious problems using 2.4.x kernels using highmem support.
> It seems to me that i'm not the only one, but the difference to most
> other ones is,
> that i can't use highmem because the system performance is terrible
> slow.
>
> the testbed:
> 1) Asus CUR-DLS (Server Set LE III) with two 1Ghz Pentiums, 2GB of ram

Interestingly I have about the same setup and use, only I transfer about 25 GB
a day via nfs to an Asus CUV4XD with 2 GB under 2.4.18-pre3 and do not
experience any problem so far. I haven't had any with 2.4.17, too. Cache is
pretty heavy used, but I experience no slowdown or other weird things. Can this
be somehow chipset related? Maybe something about the DGE cards? I am using TP
100MBit tulip-based.

Regards,
Stephan


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