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    SubjectRe: [swsusp] not enough memory
    Also sprach Pavel Machek <pavel@suse.cz> (Sat, 18 Feb 2006 16:11:16
    +0100):
    > On Sat 18-02-06 00:58:14, Richard Mittendorfer wrote:
    > > If I end all apps but the XServer it works. I've allready added some
    > > more swapspace, but that didn't help. So, how much memory will I
    > > need for a successful suspend or better (since i can't stuff any
    > > more into it) is there a way to minimize the amount needed?
    >
    > 128MB should be enough for you.

    Swap? 128M was my first attempt -- OOM when the box was heavily loaded.
    IIRC no effect on swsusp - there are 64M Ram + 2M Video + Kernel + X?.
    The reason I did it were some google results talking about free pages.
    There were some solutions talking about adding swap.

    (Ram? Would be the way to go, but it's fully loaded.)

    > Or try modifying try_to_free memory
    > routine to retry shrink_all_mem few more times, with schedule() in
    > between...

    Uhh. I don't think this will be a good idea /me ha[ck|rm]ing good ol'
    linux source. ;-)

    sl ritch
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