On 10/7/05, [EMAIL PROTECTED] <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> 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 seriousy doubt you are using 3 GB of swap, you probably mean 3,856K.
:) Meaning that you have a total of 10MB of swap which is very little.
> 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
A good rule of thumb is to have the same amount of swap as you have
internal memory. This should be somewhere between 128MB and several GB
for any reasonably configured computer.
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