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SubjectRE: Linux 2.4.1ac14
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> 
> > After building/playing around with some java apps on this
> version, something
> > seems to have gone weird with X or the kernel..
> >
> > david@prototype:~$ ps aux | grep X
> > root 267 0.9 99.9 167640 4294965764 ? S< 06:50 1:11
> /usr/bin/X11/X vt7 -auth /var/lib/gdm/:0.Xauth :0
> >
> > System seems mostly fine, a bit slow..
>
> Yeah folks were wondering if our rss accounting was atomically
> safe. I guess
> the answer from this one is 'probably not'
>
> > Would having the huge swap have anything to do with it? Needed
> it to install
> > oracle, but the blasted thing won't install anyway (Debian Sid).
>
> It actually looks like the system is working fine other than
> miscounting the
> resident size of the X process.
>
> Rik, Ben ?

I noticed that these accounting values were a little weird last
night (when using top) when it said that X was using something
like 205% of my memory. So there definately is something strange
going on...

Laramie
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