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SubjectRE: 0k shared?

> As you can see, there is no shared memory here. Is this something I > ought to worry about, or is it normal? I've been using the system,
> and since things were lagging, I looked at 'top', and this just
> caught my eye.
> Any reason for worry?
> And if you *really* want me to, I can see if I can reproduce this,
> though I'd rather not. :-)

Hate to say this, but RTFFAQ. On the linux-kernel FAQ (I forget the address), it mentions that in kernel 2.4.x, it became too hard to compute sharedmem, so they just left it blank... 8-)

-- Colin

On the first day, man created the computer. On the second day, God proclaimed from the heavens, "F0 0F C7 C8".

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