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SubjectRe: what is using memory?
>My box has
>
>320280K
>
>from proc/meminfo
>
> 17140 buffer
>123696 cache
> 32303 free
>
>leaving unaccounted
>
>123627K

This is your processes' memory, the inode and dentry caches, and possibly
some extra kernel memory which may be allocated after boot time. It is
*very* much accounted for.

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