Right now I'm at 62 bpages bounced, with it running in a loop every
second listing hw.busdma. Right now it's half an hour of uptime, and
when I did 4500 pings, I lost one packet. Quickly's relative. I mainly
use ssh to access my FreeBSD machine, I don't recall the last time I ran
X, which kind of pissed me off that I had to buy a video card for a
console when the monitor's always off. Twelve gigs lost pretty fast,
I'll try 9 to see if 8's a magic number.
On 4/2/2013 7:46 PM, Adrian Chadd wrote:
On 2 April 2013 17:44, Joshua Isom <jri...@gmail.com> wrote:
I did get a couple bounced after pinging for a while via ssh, but only one
ping packet dropped, so it should be good for anything tcp.
So what, 8GB almost-but-not-quite worked?
How much RAM do I need to ensure that things will break quickly? :)
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