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SubjectRe: Getting big areas of memory, in 2.3.x?
On Fri, Dec 10, 1999 at 01:52:17AM +0100, Ingo Molnar wrote:
> modules are nice for many things (like installation), but if you expect to
> be able to allocate 100MB continuous RAM on a booted-up 128MB box then you
> are simply out of luck.

Hmmm. I need about 4MB linear memory (kmalloced). If my computer
(a 64MB Cyrix) runs for more than a day, it's over with rmmod/insmod
of the driver. Out of memory! Tracing it back, it seems to originate
from the updatedb which runs each night. Lots of irritating single

(kernel 2.2.13)

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