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SubjectRe: Have the 2.4 kernel memory management problems on large machines been fixed?
On Wed, May 22, 2002 at 02:18:54PM -0700, Martin J. Bligh wrote:
> If we could get the apps (well, Oracle) to co-operate, we could just use
> clone ;-) Having this transparent for shmem segments would be really nice.

Except that we fork() from different areas, eg at startup, or from the
listener process once things are up, or directly through a locally
running client etc. so it's not just using clone() and done...

Altho we probably should have a look at it, maybe someone already did,
will check it out.

Wim

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