I've got a machine with 4G of RAM, and I'm trying to test all the RAM out to make sure it's okay.
I've tried doing buildworlds, but never end up using more than 1G of RAM on cache, etc. I've got -current and -stable on it, and I've tried making an MFS filesystem under -stable. I can't seem to get more than a 512M MFS filesystem allocated under -stable. (I've got two 2G swap partitions.) I tried using md to make a swap-backed filesystem under -current, but the problem is that it actually seems to back it with swap. (pstat -s shows disk space used, unlike MFS under -stable) Is there a way, under -current or -stable, to make a true RAMdisk that is around 2GB in size? Ken -- Kenneth Merry [EMAIL PROTECTED] To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with "unsubscribe freebsd-current" in the body of the message