On Mon, 7 May 2001, Matt Dillon wrote:
> :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
> 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
Yup. Too bad the 20 second enforced swap out isn't enforced...
(at least, not by the code in vm_glue.c)
I'll write up an email about this later this week...
> Load control is a completely different issue from swap
> exhaustion. The two are entirely unrelated to each other.
I know, that's why I only quoted the part of your message that
was about load control and snipped the swap exhaustion part ;)
Linux MM bugzilla: http://linux-mm.org/bugzilla.shtml
Virtual memory is like a game you can't win;
However, without VM there's truly nothing to lose...
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