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SubjectRe: 2.6.14 kswapd eating too much CPU
Andrew Morton wrote:
: Jan Kasprzak <kas@fi.muni.cz> wrote:
: >
: > I am at 2.6.15-rc2 now, the problem is still there.
: > Currently according to top(1), kswapd1 eats >98% CPU for 50 minutes now
: > and counting.
:
: When it's doing this, could you do sysrq-p a few times? The output of that
: should tell us where the CPU is executing.

Hmm, it does not show anything but the header. Should I enable
something special in the kernel?

# dmesg -c >/dev/null; echo -n p >/proc/sysrq-trigger ; sleep 5; dmesg
SysRq : Show Regs
#

-Yenya

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