KSM on a standard desktop?

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http://crunchbang.org – Not sure if this is the best forum for this, but only one way to find out KSM is Kernel Samepage Merging.  It regularly searches memory and merges any duplicate pages into a single page.  It is intended mostly for multiple guest machines that frequently have large chunks of identical memory, but can be used on any Linux.My question is whether it is worth it on a normal single desktop.  I am using the newer UKSM and the stats indicate that is is merging about 1% of my memory pages.  Plus a few thousand zero-filled pages if I'm reading meminfo right.  The daemon run (HowTos)