> It would be interesting to have the system keep track of page faults for
> each process and then make a ratio of Page_Faults/Program_Size (or maybe
> RSS?). The smaller this number is the higher its pages are on the priority
This sounds quite interesting, and might actually be implementable.
> [ASIDE: The tracking might actually be better by "memory image" instead of
> "process" so that multi-threaded code will compete based on the sum of their
> threads activities...?]
Works for me. We're dealing with memory here, it might make sense to
differentiate based on memory.
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