Ok, does this error message mean that it is "just" a swap problem so that I
wont have to install gcc, Python anymore?
Having run "top", I could dectect that there is 10,241,428k total Swap. About
3,856,000k of it is actually being used and approximately 6,384,000k is free
and about 463,000k is cached.
I expect the 6,384,000k free space not to be enough - right? But what processes
am I allowed to kill? Are there any processes that are absolutely neccessary?
Nikko Wolf <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> schrieb am 06.10.05 17:00:38:
> Jens Vagelpohl wrote:
> > On 6 Oct 2005, at 11:39, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
> >> virtual memory exhausted: Nicht genügend Hauptspeicher verfügbar
> >> error: command 'gcc' failed with exit status 1
> >> make *** [build] Fehler 1
> > Have you actually *read* the output? It tells you, quite clearly, even
> > in German, that you don't have enough memory on that machine.
> Indeed, although it's virtual memory (a.k.a. "swap space" or "swap" --
> although more RAM might help) Not meaning to insult you, but see:
> At the command prompt, run "top" and look at the "Swap:" line, which
> should show large values for "total" and "free" such as:
> Swap: 1959888k total, 356276k used, 1603612k free, 124196k cached
> If "total" is high, but "free" is not, you can have 'ps' list the
> virtual memory used by each process and sort it in increasing usage with
> something like:
> ps -Ao pid,user,stime,vsize,args | sort +3n
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