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SubjectRE: >128 MB RAM stability problems (again)
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> Can someone please
> point out to me
> that he's actually running kernel-2.4.x on a machine with
> more than 128
> MB RAM and that he's NOT having severe stability problems?
> And can that same person PLEASE point out to me why 2.4.x is
> crashing on
> me (or help me to find out...)?

%uname -a
Linux cartman 2.4.0-64GB-SMP #1 SMP Wed Jan 24 15:52:30 GMT 2001 i686
unknown
%uptime
8:35am up 57 days, 12:42, 2 users, load average: 2.00, 2.00, 2.00
%free
total used free shared buffers cached
Mem: 254904 251968 2936 0 92224 45028
-/+ buffers/cache: 114716 140188
Swap: 524656 14192 510464


Could this be a 2.4 swap issue. You NEED at least RAM x2 swap. If you're
just adding memory to
a box that's stable with 128 megs and possibly 256 megs swap (you don't
state, just guessing..)
you've now got too little swap, and boom, stability goes bye-bye.

Just haven't seen the swap issue mentioned this thread...

=Don=

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