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#15
Originally Posted by nodevel View Post
Exactly my thought. If they feel like it is the system's responsibility to provide smooth app experience (which I am not sure about - I think it is my responsibility to run as many apps as I consider comfortable), then they should warn before launching another app, not kill the other ones.

That is exactly how webOS did it - it warned about 'Too many cards open, close some of them to launch this app' when running low on RAM.
Well it's not oom-killer what kills the apps. That is why the swappiness thing works, just try it...

Kernel is just not aggressive enough in swapping.

Last edited by korppi; 2014-12-25 at 18:30.