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SubjectRe: why swap at all?
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Am Donnerstag, 27. Mai 2004 07:14 schrieb Tom Felker:
> Most drastic would be to change the way to choose pages to throw out.  
> Different processes or pages could have different priorities, so you could
> mark interactive processes as keepers even if you haven't used them in days.

Do you really want that? Wouldn't you rather want pages of such tasks
swapped in very aggresively once the first page fault happens? Or even
preemptively?

Regards
Oliver
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