Re: Another question
Check the Readme's with the Kernel source - there is actualy a device you
have to mount in your fstab file (you know, for bootup;) that enables
shared memory. It uses a "imaginary" mount point like /proc does.
However, as far as I know, "free" and friends don't show the shared memory
in use correctly (though df showes the mount point...)
Sorry I can't remember the exact command, if you can't find it - please
let me know and I will dig it up from a server I have it setup on.
> Maybe I missed it, but what's the deal with the new kernels (2.4.0xxx)
> and shared memory? From top:
> CPU states: 5.2% user, 1.8% system, 0.0% nice, 93.0% idle
> Mem: 78592K av, 75848K used, 2744K free, 0K shrd, 1932K buff
> Swap: 185464K av, 11520K used, 173944K free 40308K cached
> Shared mem is always 0 ?