On 23/10/2017 17:12, Thomas Patrick Downes wrote:
it does affect the machine performance but not as much as if the job could occupy all the memory and swap as I could do with the earlier example (and as the users have done unwittingly last week). Most of the times jobs that start swapping wildly do so because either they are leaking or shouldn't be running at all and beyond 4GB*cores or a loose multiple of that they should be killed anyway.
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