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    SubjectMemory leak
    Hi, everybody!
    I have some problem with the memory leak:-(
    After the 10 days my Linux box looses most part of his memory.
    It seem to be the same that happened with RH4.1 kernel 2.0.33
    Now it is RH5.1 kernel 2.0.35.
    Earlier it results in kernel panic with the messages
    Unable to load interpreter
    and approximately within 24hours Linux spontaneously reboots
    The lifetime of RH4.1 was nearly 7 days. In both cases memory leaks
    slowly and constantly. Now with RH5.1 my box works more than 10 days
    but it seems to be the same result soon. Have anybody collided with
    the same problem or can someone help me? Any help would be appreciated.
    By the way tell me what information I must send before my box reboots.

    Thanks, Vinche.

    Intel Providence MotherBoard,
    Adaptec AIC-7880U SCSI Controller,
    Intel 82557 Ether Express 100,
    128M memory.

    cat /proc/meminfo:

    total: used: free: shared: buffers: cached:
    Mem: 130637824 128376832 2260992 20348928 180224 3244032
    Swap: 51195904 8232960 42962944
    MemTotal: 127576 kB
    MemFree: 2208 kB
    MemShared: 19872 kB
    Buffers: 176 kB
    Cached: 3168 kB
    SwapTotal: 49996 kB
    SwapFree: 41956 kB



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