> >>> What version of preload are you using? Earlier versions had an aggressive
> >>> default memory setting which caused behavior similar to what you describe
> >>> during boot (and only then). I think I changed it during the last release to
> >>> be more conservative. Can you check the memory settings in /etc/preload.conf?
> >> I believe it was v0.6.4.1-1 since I kept my Debian mostly updated daily
> >> with its apt-get (update and upgrade parameters). I don't have
> >> /etc/preload.conf anymore since I uninstalled preload and its
> >> configuration recently. I do not recall touching it either, so I assume
> >> it used the defaults. Maybe I will reinstall it and try again.
> > I tried to reinstall it, but can't start due to lack of
> > /etc/preload.conf according to /var/log/preload.conf. Oops. I thought
> > reinstalling the package would reinstall that too. Where can I get the
> > file from? I downloaded the source, but couldn't find it or compile it
> > (no glib2 and can't find a pakcage of it).
> Depends on your distribution really. Ask them.
Doesn't the source come with a default preload.conf?
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