Thanks, John. I wish that it were that simple, that is if I am interpreting
pstat and vmstat correctly.
/root # pstat -s
Device 1K-blocks Used Avail Capacity Type
/dev/rad0s2b 262016 0 262016 0% Interleaved
I have two another disks that aren't being used with an additional 512M of swap
each that are not being mounted because this machine isn't carrying much load
/root # vmstat
procs memory page disks faults cpu
r b w avm fre flt re pi po fr sr ad0 ad2 in sy cs us sy id
0 2 0 118972 15100 849 0 1 0 834 4 0 0 414 3136 599 33 8 59
It really seems to be related to my upgrading to XFree86-4.0.2_3 and KDE-2. If
no one else is seeing it, it isn't critical and with patience it'll show itself
with a little time.
Quoting John Baldwin <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>:
> On 10-Jan-01 Edwin Culp wrote:
> > I am starting to get the following error. I've never seen it before and
> > don't
> > really understand why it should fail. Where should I start looking for
> > problem?
> > /boot/kernel/kernel: swap_pager_getswapspace: failed
> > This seems to have started in the last week.
> > Thanks,
> You are running out of swap space. Run fewer programs, buy more memory,
> more swap space, or a combo of the three.
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