On Sat, 8 Dec 2001, Ken Brownfield wrote:
> Just a quick followup to this, which is still a near show-stopper issue
> for me.
> This is easy to reproduce for me if I run updatedb locally, and then run
> updatedb on a remote machine that's scanning an NFS-mounted filesystem
> from the original local machine. Instant kswapd saturation, especially
> on large filesystems.
> Doing updatedb on NFS-mounted filesystems also seems to cause kswapd to
> peg on the NFS-client side as well.
Can you reproduce the problem without the over NFS updatedb?
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