>>>>> "BM" == Bruce Momjian <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:

BM> I know Linux has pagable shared memory, and you can resize the maximum
BM> in a running kernel, so it seems they must have abandonded the linkage
BM> between shared page tables and the kernel.  This looks interesting:

Thanks for the info.  You can resize it in FreeBSD as well, using the
sysctl command to set the various kern.ipc.shm* values.

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