On Thursday 13 April 2006 23:54, Rafael J. Wysocki wrote:
> On Thursday 13 April 2006 14:42, Con Kolivas wrote:
> > This is not quite right at maintaining the original semantics I was
> > proposing. Since you are iterating over all priorities, setting may_swap
> > means you will reclaim mapped ram on the earlier passes once priority
> > gets low enough.
> No, I won't, because I don't update zone->prev_priority which is necessary
> to trigger this. Unless of course zone->prev_priority is already low
> enough ...
Ah yes of course, that explains why I didn't need to either :P
> > Setting vm_swappiness temporarily to 100 is unncecessary. You should set
> > may_swap to 0 and set it to 1 on passes 3+.
> ... which can be dealt with by setting may_swap like you're saying.
> I'll make this change and repost as an RFC in a separate thread.
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