[SATLUG] Alternative to 200 line kernel patch to improve system
dkowis at shlrm.org
Sun Nov 21 19:07:30 CST 2010
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On 11/20/2010 10:11 AM, Don Davis wrote:
> For those of you not following Slash Dot.
> There was recently discussion of a ~200 line kernel patch that improved
> system responsiveness. Then there was response with two commands and 4
> lines in the .bashrc to do the same better.
> I thought it was interesting.
Here's one that works in Fedora 14. Apparently Fedora does things a bit
I haven't seen anything significantly different yet. This seems like
it'd be very useful on systems that farm out ssh sessions or something.
Not sure it's going to be terribly awesome on my desktop. We'll see I guess.
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