On  3 Feb, Raphael Quinet wrote:

> I think that asking the user is the best solution in any case, because
> you can hope that the user has some vague idea of how much memory is 
> or will be available on the system he is using (shared or personal 
> computer).  This will not work in all cases (e.g. dumb users, or users 
> who have a home directory mounted on a network of heterogenous 
> machines) but it will probably be better than any attempt at guessing 
> what is best.

 If you have a shared maschine the best would be to let the
 administrator choose how much memory each user will get because
 users'll ALWAYS try to get what they can even if it makes no



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