enabling compcache actually hurts you right now, since in /etc/sysctl.conf we have swappiness set to 0. in that case, the kernel will almost never use the compcache disk and we'll end up with less usable memory overall. perhaps enabling compcache in the rom settings can set swappiness to 100 at the same time? at any rate, regardless of compcache disk size i've been unable to get the kernel to use it all - it will get up to around 50% used (MemUsedTotal/DiskSize from running compcache stats) but never higher - since the compression ratio is rarely above 50%, this means compcache itself is netting us nothing apart from the overhead of compressing and decompressing pages. i've tried tweaking vfs_cache_pressure, but i can never get MemUsedTotal anywhere near DiskSize. are there any linux vm tweakers that know how to fix this?