Vallo Kallaste wrote:
> Hmm, ok, but can we have more than one 1G user process at one time?

Yes.  I said this before: you can have a nearly arbitrary number
of UVA's -- you get one per process, in fact, whether you want it
or not.  Usually, they don't use up the full available address
space, only a fraction of it.

> Four 500MB ones and so on?
> Somehow I've made such conclusion based on previous information.
> Should be so, otherwise I don't understand how swapping will fit
> into overall picture.

Yes, that's how it works (plus some kernel structures are swappable).

-- Terry

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