> Kernel 2.4.10pre13 did not help our NFS SPEC testing on a machine with
> 4GB RAM. Refer to my previous message about those results:
> In a nutshell, kswapd starts grabbing 99% of the CPU for long
> stretches in time, which causes us to drop NFS RPC connections, which
> causes performance to suck.
I'm curious, how do recent -ac kernels perform here ?
If you have the time, could you test 2.4.9-ac13 plain
and 2.4.9-ac13 with my page aging and launder patches
from http://www.surriel.com/patches/ ? ;)
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