thanks for your reply.
Quoting Jeff Dike <jdike@...>:
> On Mon, Jun 12, 2006 at 12:23:51PM +0200, Daniel Tombeil wrote:
>> thanks for the pointer. I changed the size of my /dev/shm to 2G and
> When the UMLs are running, you should see significant tmp space usage.
> The usage for a UML will asymptotocally approach its physical memory
> size over time, so it may not be consuming a lot immediately after boot.
yes, i can confirm this. And the link from /tmp to /var/tmp seems to =20
work as my /var-partition differs in relation to UML-memory-usage. =20
What I now don't understand is why my boot-problem seems to be fixed =20
since I set up a larger /dev/shm. This is mounted as tmpfs but it =20
seems to stay unused.
tmpfs 2.0G 0 2.0G 0% /dev/shm
Or is this just a casual event that the problem disappeared after =20
changing that. Then I would expect the problem to happen again and I =20
need finaly find out why I can't get it stable. Maybe change hardware =20
>> Also I can't see SHM-segments using ipcs.
> UML doesn't use SysV shared memory.