I now tried several 2.4.0-test1 kernels with different ac patches
(without,7,17,18,19). On my 128 MB System the ac7 is working fine
(although slow to react), but on a 16 MB System kswapd is allways
using nearly all cpu cycles.
On a plain 2.4.0-test1 kernel it just eats the cpu cycles, on the
patched kernels it will allso swapp quite a lot.
Is there any patch that will solve the kswapd goind wild problem?
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