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SubjectRe: kswapd/tg3 issue
> Since this is a 2nd order allocation, it could also be that you have
> memory but it's fragmented.
Thanks for the info!

> If you aren't using jumbograms you can
> try disabling that.
disabling 2nd order allocation?
and I do use jumbos on that box (it is an NFS server so jumbo frames --
MTU 9000 -- presumable help a bit on CPU utilization)

> Cheers,
Yaroslav Halchenko
Research Assistant, Psychology Department, Rutgers-Newark
Student Ph.D. @ CS Dept. NJIT
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