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SubjectRe: 2.4.20, .text.lock.swap cpu usage? (ibm x440) [rescued]
>> Or perhaps the kernel version is not up-to-date. Please also provide
>> the precise kernel version (and included patches). And workload too.

On Thu, Jan 09, 2003 at 10:50:03PM -0600, Brian Tinsley wrote:
> The kernel version is stock 2.4.20 with Chris Mason's data logging and
> journal relocation patches for ReiserFS (neither of which are actually
> in use for any mounted filesystems). It is compiled for 64GB highmem
> support. And just to refresh, I have seen this exact behavior on stock
> 2.4.19 and stock 2.4.17 (no patches on either of these) also compiled
> with 64GB highmem support.

Okay, can you try with either 2.4.x-aa or 2.5.x-CURRENT?

I'm suspecting either bh problems or lowpte problems.

Also, could you monitor your load with the scripts I posted?


Thanks,
Bill
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