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SubjectRe: vm philosophising
On Thu, 17 Jan 2002, Matthew Johnson wrote:

> > This is an interesting assertion ... but up to date nobody has
> > been able to tell me what exactly should be different between
> > these two mythical VMs ;)
>
> Well what is the different requirements for desktop use versus, the
> server in terms of virtual memory?

That's a good question ....

> What I am doing on my system with MP3's playing, running Xfree86 on a
> SuSE 7.3 system will be different from a server running DMBS's.

.... especially because I haven't seen any suggestion on
how these different workloads would get translated into
different VM requirements.

regards,

Rik
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