Subject: Re: low-mem netbsd - found why so slow?!
To: Matthias Buelow <email@example.com>
From: None <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 02/17/2001 08:54:10
> which at first glance looks very much like the 19 megs reported
> as "avail" at bootup.
> However: I always thought, "avail memory" at kernel start already
> _included_ the block buffer cache, I mean, it does change when
> I change buffer size options (I did so, to have a slightly larger cache.)
> Over 5 megs runtime size for a rather stripped-down vax kernel would
> seem a bit excessive also.
> However, if the buffer cache is included in the above value, then I
> shouldn't have to add the 2440K and then there would be about 2 megs
> missing. Now, where are they? Is it just my confusion, some discrepancy
is there any command that print all memory allocations (including kernel
etc) in one?