# [EMAIL PROTECTED] / 2003-02-03 23:44:06 -0500:
> On Sun, 2 Feb 2003 20:02:30 -0600, Mike Meyer wrote:
> >In <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>, David Larkin <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> typed:
> >> Dragoncrest wrote:
> >> >         I've got a rather odd question, but I'm looking for the easiest way to
> >> > determin how much ram I have on a given system without rebooting it.  I'm
> >> > sure that there is some kind of console command that tells me that info,
> >> > but I have no idea where to begin looking to find out.  Does anybody
> >> > know?  Thanks.
> >> use the command dmesg
> >
> >It may no longer be available there. The dmesg at boot time is
> >preserved in /var/run/dmesg.boot. The information should be there,
> >even if it's gone from dmesg.
> thats is kinda of odd, is that with 5.0-release?
> any clues on why?

    RELENG_4 does this, too. the system message buffer is not of
    infinite length.

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