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SubjectRe: NUMA: Patch for node based swapping
On Tue, 12 Oct 2004, Christoph Lameter wrote:

> The minimum may be controlled through /proc/sys/vm/node_swap.
> By default node_swap is set to 100 which means that kswapd will be run on
> a zone if less than 10% are available after allocation.

That sounds like an extraordinarily bad idea for eg. AMD64
systems, which have a very low numa factor.

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