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    SubjectRe: fork() failures in 2.1.101
    On Mon, May 18, 1998 at 10:10:22PM +0200, Rik van Riel wrote:
    > YES. The fragmentation part is very very very useful.
    >> Mem-info:
    >> Free pages: 844kB
    >> ( 1*4kB 3*8kB 5*16kB 21*32kB 1*64kB 0*128kB = 844kB)
    > Hmm. At the time you took these stats, were the
    > trouble over? (most likely they were)

    No.

    I still can't run non-trivial pipelines (e.g., "man proc" fails trying to
    run tbl|groff|less), and at the moment the memory information looks like
    this:

    > Mem-info:
    > Free pages: 14136kB
    > ( 528*4kB 873*8kB 227*16kB 42*32kB 1*64kB 0*128kB = 14136kB)
    > Swap cache: add 22934/22934, delete 22747/22747, find 0/0
    > Free swap: 122576kB
    > 12288 pages of RAM
    > 524 reserved pages
    > 2192 pages shared
    > 187 pages swap cached
    > Buffer memory: 1856kB
    > Buffer heads: 1873
    > Buffer blocks: 1856
    > CLEAN: 1425 buffers, 6 used (last=6), 0 locked, 0 protected, 0 dirty
    > LOCKED: 377 buffers, 78 used (last=290), 0 locked, 0 protected, 0 dirty

    -Paul <kimoto@lightlink.com>

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