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SubjectRe: VM Report was:Re: Break 2.4 VM in five easy steps
>> On the subject of Mike Galbraith's kernel compilation test, how much
>> physical RAM does he have for his machine, what type of CPU is it, and what
>> (approximate) type of device does he use for swap? I'll see if I can
>> partially duplicate his results at this end. So far all my tests have been
>> done with a fast CPU - perhaps I should try the P166/MMX or even try
>> loading linux-pmac onto my 8100.
>It's a PIII/500 with one ide disk.

...with how much RAM? That's the important bit.

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