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SubjectRe: new MM and shared memory
On 19 Sep 2000, Christoph Rohland wrote:

> As stated before the new mm does break shm swapping.
> Under the ipctst program driving my machine into swap I get the
> appended console output. After this it locked up.
>
> I can make it run longer by giving mem= with less memory.

Since I changed absolutely nothing to the shm_swap()
functions, I guess this means that sometimes shm_swap()
is not called by the system even when it should have been.

(at least, this is what a debugging test by one of the
other testers suggests)

I will look into this and come up with a fix.

regards,

Rik
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