> On Wed, 18 Jul 2001, Marcelo Tosatti wrote:
> > Ok, I understand and I agree with doing _unconditional_
> > "zone_inactive_plenty()" instead of conditional
> > "zone_inactive_shortage()".
> > This way we do not get _strict_ zoned behaviour (with strict I mean only
> > doing scanning for zones which have a shortage), making the shortage
> > handling smoother and doing "fair" aging in cases where there are not
> > specific zones under pressure.
> Willing to write a patch and give it some preliminary testing?
Sure. However its not _that_ easy. We do have a global inactive target.
There is no perzone inactive shortage, which is needed to calculate
> I also agree with the patch Rik sent in about GFP_HIGHUSER, that's
> orthogonal though (even if I suspect it could also have made the
> problem _appear_ much much more clearly).
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