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SubjectRe: log-buf-len dynamic

Larry, I think you remember the good old days of SunOS, when 16MB of RAM
was a lot, and people expected less of their hardware. In particular,
interactive programs used to have a _tiny_ footprint. Often even under X.

Then we put Solaris, Motif and CDE on those suckers, and it was horrible.

Yeah, SunOS was nice. But I really think it's the access patterns that
changed.

Linus

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