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> I have reread the first mail in this series - I would say that Bug#2 is much > worse than Bug#1. This since Bug#1 is "only" a performance problem, > but Bug#2 is about correctness... > > Are you 100% sure that tux works with rmap? Of course not. How can I be sure??? > I would suggest testing the simplest possible case. > * Standard kernel > * concurrent dd:s Won't work. Then all I get is (ref prob #1) good throughput until RAMx2 bytes is read from disk. Then it all falls down to ~1MB/s. See http://karlsbakk.net/dev/kernel/vm-fsckup.txt for more details. > What can your problem be: > * something to do with the VM - but the problem is in several different VMs... > * something to do with read ahead? you got some patch suggestions - > please use them on a standard kernel, not rmap (for now...) Then fix the problem rmap11c fixed. I first need that fixed before being able to do any further testing! roy -- Roy Sigurd Karlsbakk, MCSE, MCNE, CLS, LCA Computers are like air conditioners. They stop working when you open Windows.
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