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SubjectRe: Overcommitable memory??
On 19 Mar 2000, Rask Ingemann Lambertsen wrote:
>Den 14-Mar-00 01:12:45 Khimenko Victor wrote:
>
>> What do you prefer ?
>
> I've answered that more than ten times now: No overcommitment of memory.

As I (and several others) said before: you can't avoid memory overcommit
in Linux. Get used to it.

Dave

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