Problem: you suspect the RAM in your server, or you wish to stress the 
system a little and see that it is still reliable

Answer: install my background memory tester!

# F=
# rpm -Uhv $F/e-smith-memtest-0.0.1-04.noarch.rpm  \
# /sbin/e-smith/config set memtest service status enabled
# svc-start memtest

Logs will be found in /var/log/memtest


# svc-stop memtest
# /sbin/e-smith/config set memtest service status disabled

to stop testing

Problem reports (or gifts :-)) direct to me please.

Charlie Brady                         [EMAIL PROTECTED]
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Network Server Solutions Group
Mitel Networks Corporation
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