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SubjectRe: [BUG] 2.4 VM sucks. Again
Roy Sigurd Karlsbakk wrote:
>
> > > I don't think Andrew is ready to submit this yet ... before anything
> > > gets merged back, it'd be very worthwhile testing the relative
> > > performance of both solutions ... the more testers we have the
> > > better ;-)
> >
> > Cripes no. It's pretty experimental. Andrea spotted a bug, too. Fixed
> > version is below.
>
> Works great! This should _definetely_ be merged into the main kernel after
> som testing. Without it _all_ other kernels I've tested (2.4.lots) goes OOM
> under the mentioned scenarios. This one simply does the job.

I suspect nuke-buffers is simply always the right thing to do. It's
what 2.5 is doing now (effectively). We'll see...

But in your case, you only have a couple of gigs of memory, iirc.
You shouldn't be running into catastrophic buffer_head congestion.
Something odd is happening.

If you can provide a really detailed set of steps which can be
used by others to reproduce this, that would really help.

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