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kswapd eating CPU power ... any ideas why?


I'm working on a little project putting Debian on a CD. (Works great so
far, have X up and running, most likely just a kernel recompile away
from getting network etc. up too... (using tmpfs for rw directories, and
some symlinks). A friend is figuring out RedHat... we will publish what
we've done when we've got it all relatively nicely written out, if
anyone is interested?)

Anyway, the problem I have is, top is showing 99.8% CPU usage by
kswapd... any ideas why this might be? How can I find out what it is

Hugo van der Merwe

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