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SubjectRe: mempool design

On Mon, 17 Dec 2001, Victor Yodaiken wrote:

> I agree with all your arguments up to here. But being able to run
> Linux in 4Meg or even 8M is important to a very large class of
> applications. [...]

the amount of reserved RAM should be very low. Especially in embedded
applications that usually have a very controlled environment, with a low
number of well-behaving devices, the number of pages needed to be reserved
is very low. I wouldnt worry about this.


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