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SubjectRe: vm-33, strongly recommended [Re: [2.4.17/18pre] VM and swap - it's really unusable]
This goes back to my previous post - 
Applying only the vm patches didn't get me far.

I'm still trying to pin point what it is thats helping
me out in -aa

--- Ken Brownfield <> wrote:
> How much of the improved behavior that you're seeing
> is due to the vm-33
> tweaks and not pte-highmem, block-highmem, or any of
> the 100 or so other
> 2.4.19-pre6aa1 patches?
> What I'd like to hear (and what I suspect many
> admins trying to get
> higher-end hardware working optimally in a
> production environment would
> like to hear) is what specific patches applied to
> mainline are needed to
> correct the current VM and I/O issues in the 2.4
> tree?
> If it's vm, pte-highmem, and block-highmem, that's
> fine -- and separable
> from -aa. Otherwise it's difficult to get people to
> test, use, and
> provide feedback that isn't polluted by unnecessary
> variables.
> Thanks,
> --
> Ken.

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