Mavericks. It's a third-party tool, it's always had the name in it.
> On Mar 11, 2018, at 8:42 PM, Michael <keybou...@gmail.com> wrote:
> On 2018-03-11, at 7:40 PM, Macs R We <macs...@macsrwe.com> wrote:
>> Hm. Have you tried using Sierra Cache Cleaner (they have one for every OS
>> name, just Google yours) in deep clean mode?
> No. What's the name of 10.9.5? (And why did they skip from nice, meaningful
> numbers to meaningless names?)
>>> On Mar 11, 2018, at 8:37 PM, Michael <keybou...@gmail.com> wrote:
>>> My system log is showing me things like this:
>>> Mar 11 19:20:35 keybounceMBP kernel: low swap: suspending pid 14091
>>> Mar 11 19:20:35 keybounceMBP kernel: low swap: suspending pid 936
>>> (Dragon Dictate)
>>> Mar 11 19:20:35 keybounceMBP kernel: memorystatus_thread: idle exiting
>>> pid 96 [wdhelper]
>>> Mar 11 19:20:35 keybounceMBP kernel: (default pager): [KERNEL]: Swap
>>> File Error.
>>> My boot-args is just
>>> boot-args -v -s
>>> I have approximately 2 GB of compressed space, and zero bytes of swap used.
>>> bash-3.2# ls /var/vm
>>> total 1114112
>>> 65536 swapfile0 1048576 swapfile1
>>> The system is able to allocate swap files, but for some reason is refusing
>>> to use them. Also, in the past I moved away from compressed swap to "just
>>> go directly to swap files" because I discovered that my system would
>>> consistently wind up with about 10 GB of compressed space, leaving with
>>> only 6 GB of working space. I recently reset it to use the normal
>>> compressed swap because I'm no longer using the heavy workload that needed
>>> more than 6 GB of working space.
>>> My old boot args was
>>> boot-args -v -s vm_compressor=1
>>> and it worked fine until my boot partition ran out of space (At which point
>>> it died horrifically; in contrast, although the compressed swap setup won't
>>> use the swap file, and runs into trouble much much sooner, it is graceful
>>> and the "out of memory panel" actually works.)
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