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SubjectRe: Linux 2.2.18pre25
On Fri, 8 Dec 2000, Alan Cox wrote:

# > Is there any chance to get rid of these VMM failures?
# By finding them.

:-) I am not so familiar with MM in Linux. :^(
And do not have enough time for intensive study...
Although I would probably like that work...

# Are you confident you are not running out of memory.

Well, almost sure. This is the log with load records:

(according to /proc/meminfo)
FTPusers SMBusr load free mem free swap
Fri Dec 8 14:35:05 CET 2000 61 35 6.17 3068 kB 128932 kB
Fri Dec 8 14:40:04 CET 2000 59 36 5.05 2280 kB 130320 kB
Fri Dec 8 14:45:03 CET 2000 59 36 5.97 2896 kB 131448 kB
Fri Dec 8 14:50:03 CET 2000 59 35 6.59 2908 kB 133140 kB
Fri Dec 8 14:55:04 CET 2000 53 36 8.82 2380 kB 133952 kB
Fri Dec 8 15:00:03 CET 2000 53 40 6.42 2728 kB 135064 kB
Fri Dec 8 15:05:03 CET 2000 48 39 5.47 2264 kB 135684 kB
Fri Dec 8 15:10:03 CET 2000 48 41 3.90 3204 kB 135928 kB
Fri Dec 8 15:15:03 CET 2000 51 41 5.93 2628 kB 135700 kB
Fri Dec 8 15:20:03 CET 2000 50 45 6.50 2124 kB 135828 kB
Fri Dec 8 15:25:03 CET 2000 56 44 7.92 2192 kB 136080 kB
Fri Dec 8 15:30:03 CET 2000 49 45 10.89 2072 kB 136176 kB
Fri Dec 8 15:35:03 CET 2000 51 42 6.32 2960 kB 136156 kB
Fri Dec 8 15:40:04 CET 2000 54 44 6.92 2364 kB 136220 kB
Fri Dec 8 15:45:03 CET 2000 54 44 6.63 2852 kB 136348 kB
Fri Dec 8 15:50:04 CET 2000 53 46 3.63 2248 kB 136420 kB
Fri Dec 8 15:55:03 CET 2000 59 48 6.51 3060 kB 136312 kB
(crashed during the next 5 minutes)

Doesn't seem to have consumed all of swap space.
I will try to determine more info the next time - I promise...

# Presumably since 2.2.13 works you are 8)

I didn't tell it worked. It had worked a long time ago.
It is still not tested now. Unfortunately, due to the absence of raid0
module the bootup process destroyed our 140GB partition. It will take some
time to make the system running again. :-(

Thank for your answer anyway...
Martin.

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