I can understand that, but I’m not sure it holds mathematically.
I mean, with MFRMS = 6, there are many queues, and many groups. And in each group, you just have a few amount of pagings (because they are evenly distributed among all the groups).
By using less groups, you force all pagings to be queued in same queue. But the queue will “out” the pagings faster. Keep in mind that here, the total queuing capacity is less than with a high mfrms.
With high mfrms – As far as I can see, the pagings are deleted not because the queues are “full”, but because they remain too long in the queue… What do you think ?