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Old 04-29-2002
Question kswapd

I'm runing SuSE 7.3 linux(2.4.10) and i have this problem:
after about 2 days of uptime my kernel swap daemon becomes zombie, a can't figure out why. If any body knows why it is happening please share your knowledge with me.

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NAME
tailf - follow the growth of a log file SYNOPSIS
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