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SubjectRe: A problem with kswapd
On Mon, Apr 04, 2005 at 09:42:39AM +0200, Jose Ángel De Bustos Pérez wrote:
> Hi,
>
> I have a problem with kswapd and I didn't find anything in the
> archives of the list (I hope not having missed someone).
>
> kswapd is using 100% of CPU in a suse sles8 with kernel 2.4.241. This
> machine has its FS under LVM and ResiserFS, except for /boot which is
> in ext2.
>
> Any idea? Thanks in advance.

If your kernel is a kernel that came with SuSE, please contact SuSE
support.

If your kernel is a vanilla ftp.kernel.org kernel, please try whether
2.4.30 already fixes this issue.

cu
Adrian

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