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SubjectRe: ramfs leak
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Padraig Brady writes:
> When I remove files from a ramfs the space is not reclaimed?
> What am I doing wrong? Details below.

Nothing. We've noticed the same thing. It's a bug and was
first reported back in July, but no one has provided a fix yet.
I've had a brief look at the source code, but nothing obvious
pops out at me.

As you mention, this problem is trivially reproducable by
creating and then deleting a file. Doing that over and over
eventually leads to the ramfs becoming full. Only a reboot
(or perhaps a umount/mount) makes it usable again.

Chris Martin
Catnap Consultants
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