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SubjectRE: 2.4 and 2GB swap partition limit
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Kenneth Johansson wrote:
> Jonathan Lundell wrote:
> >
> > (Does Linux swap out text, by the way, he asks ignorantly?)
>
> .text is just droped and read back from the actuall file it's
> not put into the swap

Is this always true, even for init? Can init be swapped out?

In general, is there a safe way to replace executable files for
programs that might be running while their on-disk images are
replaced?

Thanks for any hints...

Torrey Hoffman
torrey.hoffman@myrio.com
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