Subject: Re: Any noname work done yet?
To: Jeffrey Hsu <hsu@CSUA.Berkeley.EDU>
From: Jason Thorpe <>
List: port-alpha
Date: 11/01/1995 22:17:33
On Wed, 1 Nov 1995 21:23:21 -0800 
 Jeffrey Hsu <hsu@CSUA.Berkeley.EDU> wrote:

 > It works well enough that I can no longer justify keeping it to
 > myself.  It comes up multi-user, can run xterm, compiles, rlogins,
 > tcsh, less, and so on.  It fails on large links and sometimes processes
 > die mysteriously w/ segmentation faults.  This could be due to my only
 > having 16MB of memory, optimizer bugs, bugs in the program, or just
 > something wrong in the kernel.  Since the kernel doesn't panic

I'm having these sort of problems on my DEC 3000/400.  I've mentioned 
them to Chris before.  It makes linking/stripping test kernels for my 
AlphaServer difficult... :-\  My AlphaStation 600 had 128mb of RAM, but 
the DEC 3000 only has 32mb.  "hmmm..."

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