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SubjectRe: Is /dev/shm needed?
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    Hello Robert :)

>It is not needed. /dev/shm mounted with tmpfs is only needed for POSIX
>shared memory, which is still fairly rare.

That this means that I can mount more than one 'tmpfs' just like
if it's a *real* filesystem? I wasn't sure, since it's implemented
thru the page cache.

>It is dynamic, so you don't need to specify a size.

Yes, I knew, I meant the maximum size. I don't want half of the
RAM occupied just by a programming mistake ;)))

Thanks a lot for your help :)
Raúl
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