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Martin Knoblauch <Martin.Knoblauch@TeraPort.de> writes:

> > [PATCH] patch's for vmware 2.0.4 for use with linux-2.4.8 kernel
> >
> > From: Jason Thomas (jason@topic.com.au)
> > Date: Thu Aug 16 2001 - 03:49:38 EST
> >
> >
> > attached are two very small patches for those that want them. they make
> > vmware's kernel modules compile with 2.4.8. Its not all my work, its a
> > combination of what was posted a while back and my work.
> >
> Jason,
>
> a small gotcha in your vmmon patch. You moved up hostif.h in driver.c,
> but you forgot to remove the original include. See my attached new
> version of the patch.
>
> Martin
> --

I've applied the patch with your fixes, and I've always noticed that
VMware seem to leak a bit of memory (occording to top and ps). Running
with 128Mb in a Win2k box it started off at 161Mb process size (140Mb
RSS) and within 5 minutes it had turned into 203Mb process size (still
only 140Mb RSS). Have anyone seen similar behavior, and does anyone
have any pointers to where I can find more info on it?

mvh,
A
--
Alexander Hoogerhuis
FYI: perl -e 'print $i=pack(c5,(41*2),sqrt(7056),(unpack(c,H)-2),oct(115),10);'
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