On a second thought, how does it accumulate 870megs of wired memory on a 
box that has only 512megs and the swap file hasn't even been touched? 
Maybe there's just a profiling counter boken?
Or do I misinterpret the concept of wired memory?

Anyway, cheers,


> 4th July 5pm CET, with world and kernel from 11am 3rd July, after a 
> couple of hours runtime, doing mainly xchat and Mozilla, I got these 
> stats:
> Mem: 73M Active, 221M Inact, 210M Wired, 1128K Cache, 61M Buf, 136M Free
> Swap: 512M Total, 512M Free
> I started a buildworld, then I aborted somewhere in buildworld when 
> gcc was being compiled. That were the stats then:
> Mem: 82M Active, 284M Inact, 873M Wired, 29M Cache, 61M Buf, 17M Free
> Swap: 512M Total, 512M Free 

> *snip*

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