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*From*: Mani A <a mani cms gmail com>*To*: fedora-docs-list redhat com*Subject*: Re: install guide draft*Date*: Sat, 4 Apr 2009 06:37:36 +0530

-----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE----- Hash: SHA1 Joshua Wulf <jwulf redhat com> wrote: > Reading its preceding text and looking at the formula, I think it should > have been: > > If M < 2 > S = M *2 > Else > S = (M - 2) + 4 > > if there are less than 2GB in the machine then you should double it = M * 2 > if there are more than two gigs then you need the 4GB for the first two > gigs, then 1GB for each 1GB above 2GB > > Which part are you calling out as wrong? The formula as regards its > preceding text, or the whole thing? I was saying the formula for M >= 2 is way off target. The cited kb article 15252 confirms it. I suggested an estimate in my OP, I think it makes sense to revise it to If Desktop User then Min(3, 2*M) If 4 < M < 150, then S = Max (5, M/5) If 150 < M < 256, then S= 24 as some kind of default on the principle that "'Default values' should be a little more than the minimum recommended" (in this scenario). Best A. Mani -- A. Mani Member, Cal. Math. Soc -----BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE----- Version: GnuPG v1.4.9 (GNU/Linux) iEYEARECAAYFAknWskUACgkQunMISzvdfU4knwCfTwQY/n7ahLIjF75syJRfQp6s QHAAoLztvNaTyr0INgtR88O58WhDDlf1 =e7UG -----END PGP SIGNATURE-----

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