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SubjectRe: Weird /proc/meminfo output on 2.4.13-ac5
On Fri, Nov 02, 2001 at 10:35:29PM +0000, Hugh Dickins wrote:
> On Fri, 2 Nov 2001, Mike Fedyk wrote:
> > On Fri, Nov 02, 2001 at 07:34:49PM +0000, Petr Vandrovec wrote:
> > > On 2 Nov 01 at 14:10, Andreas Franck wrote:
> > > > $ cat /proc/meminfo
> > > > Cached: 4294741680 kB <------ This is impossible, i think? :-)
> > >
> > > I'll upgrade to -ac6 and I'll see.
> >
> > It won't help. You'll need a patch that rik has posted a few days ago.
> >
> > This problem is for 2.4.13, 2.4.13-acX, and 2.4.14pre*.
>
> I believe that problem only applied to 2.4.13-acX, and arose because
> an inappropriate part of 2.4.13 (relating to blockdev in pagecache) crept
> into 2.4.13-acX. 2.4.13 and 2.4.14-preX should not need Rik's patch.
>
> Hugh
>

I am running: $ ud -d
- Uptime for mikef-linux -
Now : 1 day(s), 03:44:33 running Linux
2.4.14-pre6+preempt+netdev_random+ext3_0.9.14-2414p5

Check out vmstat:
0 0 0 49852 3340 180884 4294884956 0 0 1 126 134 249 2
1 97
1 0 0 49852 3916 180424 4294885152 0 0 0 62 127 254 3
2 95
0 0 0 49852 3512 180472 4294885496 0 0 0 60 133 267 5
3 91
0 0 0 49852 4172 179696 4294885660 0 0 0 44 120 228 3
3 94
0 0 0 49948 4176 178024 4294885640 0 25 120 93 141 362 9
6 85
0 1 0 49948 3392 174684 4294883668 0 41 249 137 183 415 19
11 70
0 1 0 49944 3188 176904 4294880964 9 31 293 166 198 450 5
7 89
0 1 0 50160 4832 177164 4294880100 0 0 76 197 131 395 36
12 52

There you go. I've also seen a report against 2.4.13 on this list from
Miroslav Zubcic.

Mike
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