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    > The OS resides on disk, yes. I suppose I could plunk a minimal
    > system into ramfs, pivot_root and umount disk, but I don't see
    > any way that could matter for a memory leak.
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    It is very difficult to see memory leak , with hard disks .

    As i told you , in my case i am using no harddisks , only thing i have is
    RAM , so i am using only Ramdisk and ramfs, so in my case my Ram will full
    within few minutes and My machine hangs .

    Thanks ,

    Jaswinder.
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    These are my opinions not 3Di.


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