RE: problem with /proc info
How can I have more shared memory than total memory + swap?
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>In your email to me, Michael Meskes, you wrote:
>> Could anyone explain this to me?
>> cat /proc/meminfo
>> total: used: free: shared: buffers: cached:
>> Mem: 96813056 95010816 1802240 122679296 11886592 37617664
>> Swap: 65798144 229376 65568768
>> MemTotal: 94544 kB <==
>> MemFree: 1760 kB
>> MemShared: 119804 kB <==
>> Buffers: 11608 kB
>> Cached: 36736 kB
>> SwapTotal: 64256 kB
>> SwapFree: 64032 kB
>Umm... I'm not sure what you want explained.
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