On 11/20/2011 07:17 PM, Cristian Rodríguez pecked at the keyboard and wrote:
On 20/11/11 20:53, Carlos E. R. wrote:
Having those 370M (I hope shared between all of
them) it is an
issue for me, because this test system is a virtual machine on
VMplayer, with only "756944k" of RAM.
No, it is not. it is the default tmpfs size, (half of your ram not
counting swap) that space IS NOT reserved, it is a "hint" to the
maximum size that can be allocated.
But I don't see why it is needed. Are there
that many mounts per
minute so that we need to run the /media on ram?
it is to ease software maintenance, and uses no ram since it is empty.
As in easier to use then "zypper up package1"? What is so fubar'd that
some other form of package management is now needed?
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