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Re: [SLE] System slow with 6.3
- From: mhtexcollins@xxxxxxxxxxxxx (Admiral Michael H. Collins)
- Date: Thu, 01 Jun 2000 08:31:59 -0500
- Message-id: <393665CF.141E4859@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
What is memory for if not to use. I would prefer to have 90% of mine
in use as opposed to M$ method of barely using memory. I put it in to
be utilized not to be ignored. It is the unix way, Use that hardware.
As far as hanging and being slow, Are you using Gnome or KDE. They
are great Hogs of resources.
Raghavendra R wrote:
> I understand 810 may not be a good processor to use as a server.
> But, previous to this we had installed 6.2 on another Compaq with a Intel
> PIII 440BX with 256 Mb Ram. Even on this m/c, 6.2 Linux showed the same
> behavior of hanging / slowing down appreciabely when users work remotely
> or run some system commands or copy some big files. Even here, the 'top'
> and free commands always seem to show the used memory at around 70 to 80
> % of the total memory of 256 Mb even just after booting. So, we cannot
> unilaterally blame it on 810.
> Chris.Smith@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx wrote:
> > Hi,
> > ** Intel 810 chipset
> > 810's are a piece of turd. We have 2 NT (yuck) web servers here with
> > 810's in (@600MHz). They are slower than the single 400MHz P2! I
> > think it's due to the different architecture in the 810 chipset and
> > the fact (correct me if I'm wrong), that the video memory is mapped
> > into main memory and the MTH on the chipset doesn't address it the
> > same way (some degree of virtualisation). I never liked the new Intel
> > chipsets and won't upgrade my system past a P3-550 with a nice Asus
> > BX board.
> > -----------------------------------------------------------
> > Chris Smith IS Dept - Raytheon Systems Limited
> > [chris.smith@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx] +44 1279 407 103
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