On Wed, 24 May 2000, Gustav Kristoffer Ek wrote:
> I'm keep hearing that the BSD-way of doing VM system is faster
> when memory is tight than the Linux-way.
It is, and we're currently busy trying to fix that.
> I is said that the reason is that linux uses a one-hand
> algorithm and bsd a two-hand.
That's complete crap.
Linux doesn't use a one-handed algorithm and FreeBSD doesn't
use a two-handed one. In fact, neither of the systems uses
anything close to a clock algorithm...
> What is this about? Any good links that cleares this out?
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