:Indeed, this is an interesting area. In the process of
:researching how to best implement this for Linux I have
:found various reasons why both FreeBSD's and NetBSD's
:load control systems cannot work in various realistic

    It's not a load control system.  It's an emergency measure, period.  A
    load control system is something like... oh, the 20 second enforced swap
    out that can be triggered when the VM system is under extreme memory
    pressure.  Load control is a completely different issue from swap
    exhaustion.  The two are entirely unrelated to each other.


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