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SubjectRe: aa works for me..rrmap didn't
Rik van Riel wrote:

> On Wed, 16 Jan 2002, christian e wrote:



> Ahhhhh ok.
>
> I think your workload (leaving a huge process inactive for
> a few minutes, then switching desktops to that process)
> really does need a special VM tuning knob.
>
> I guess I'll add a knob like this to the -rmap VM.
>
> I'll try to keep it a bit simpler than vm_max_mapped too,
> it would seem it's possible to set vm_max_mapped so high
> that the box will refuse swapping under any circumstance
> and the box will just crash if you have too much RAM ;)))
> (then again, root can always do this)


Can I get such a patch ?? The 'not swap under any circumstances patch'
;-) Just what I'm looking for..

After running since yesterday the aa patched kernel is now swapping
2260k ...

best regards

Christian



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