I saw that behaviout in the past.
Thank you for the reply!
Do you refer to kswapd issue only or have you observed more problems that match behavior I have described?
I can tell you the kswapd0 usage is connected to the `disk_access_mode` property. On 64bit systems defaults to mmap.
Hm, that's interesting, I will double-check.
That also explains why your virtual memory is so high (it somehow matches the node load, right?).
Not sure what do you mean by "load" here. We have a bit less than 1.5TB per node on average.