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    SubjectRe: sysinfo.sharedram not accounted for on i386 ?
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    > On Mon, Feb 12, 2001 at 12:05:03AM -0700, Brian Grossman wrote:
    > > On i386, sysinfo.sharedram is not accounted for, leading /proc/meminfo to
    > > always report MemShared as 0. Is this the intended behavior?
    >
    > Yes.

    Thanks. Is there a preferred way of getting the equivalent info
    as free(1) did under 2.2?

    I've written a script to derive it from /proc/[0-9]*/statm, but that seems
    like an awkward approach. A related question: is the page size stored in
    /proc somewhere?

    Is there a discussion of this somewhere? I couldn't find one when I
    searched the linux-kernel archives.

    Brian
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