On Friday 25 January 2008 04:42:49 pm John (J5) Palmieri wrote: [snip] > Another thing you might want to do is not have a swap > partition. Apps run fine without swap, you just might run into OOM more > frequently. I remember reading an article in Linux Journal about 1.5 years ago or so about a technique for use with embedded and other smaller memory Linux systems so that you can fix a memory ceiling and, thus, prevent OOM killer from ever triggering. I don't have my back issues handy (I recently moved), but I think this is it: [ http://www.linuxjournal.com/article/8502 ] -- Lamont Peterson <lamont lamontpeterson org [ http://lamontpeterson.org/ ] GPG Key fingerprint: C51E DD83 B03F D147 A974 939C 5D13 289C 17F1 FFBE
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