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SubjectRe: Good news for SPARC/Linux
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  Edgar Toernig <froese@gmx.de> writes:
> David S. Miller wrote:
>
> > Memory: 2059720k available (1600k kernel code, 23528k data, 184k init)
>
> But what's this? 23MB kernel data? ^^^^^^
>
Come on, people, with 2 Gigs of main memory, spending 1.3% for the kernel
should be considered a Lesser Offense, especially because this number
includes all the dynamic stuff (you need _some_ memory to remember what the
2 GB are actually used for).

Needless to say, I want one of these... though I wonder if there is _any_
real-world application which 14 CPUs would speed up 14 times.

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