Re: Generating locales on NSLU2
> Generating locales (this might take a while)...
> fr_FR.UTF-8...Read from remote host 192.168.1.10: Connection reset by peer
> Connection to 192.168.1.10 closed.
Generating the UTF-8 locales takes a load of memory - it's quite
possible that the kernel's OOM-killer killed the sshd process.
How much swap do you have configured?
Also, there's some sysctl settings to configure the OOM-killer,
depending on the kernel.
I've got the following lines in my /etc/sysctl.conf and I'm running the
arm (not armel) kernel 2.6.24-1 from testing:
vm.oom_kill_allocating_task = 1
You can set any of these temporarily for testing by using them as
arguments to "sysctl -w" - at least the last setting should prevent your
sshd from being killed when locale-gen uses too much RAM.
Also, I've run locale-gen successfully with those settings - it takes
like half an hour per UTF locale, but at least it completes.
Hope this helps.
 Out of memory killer
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