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SubjectRe: [BUG+FIX] 2.4 buggercache sucks
"Martin J. Bligh" wrote:
>
> >> Was your workload doing lots of reads, or lots of writes? Or both?
> >
> > I was downloading large files @ ~ 4Mbps from 20-50 clients - filesize ~3GB
> > the box has 1GB memory minus (no highmem) - so - 900 megs. After some time it
> > starts swapping and it OOMs. Same happens with several userspace httpd's
>
> Mmmm .... not quite sure which way round to read that. Presumably the box
> that was the server fell over, and the clients are fine? So the workload that's
> causing problems is doing predominantly reads? If so, I suggest you tear down
> Andrew's patch to read side only, and submit that ... I get the feeling that would
> be acceptable, and would solve your problem.

But we still don't know what the problem _is_. It's very weird.
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