Subject: Re: a problem with pcvt (from current netbsd sources)?
To: None <email@example.com>
From: Curt Sampson <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 05/01/1995 17:24:08
> >My machine also sometimes hangs with the "syncing disks..." message.
> >I can then still enter the kernel debugger with ctrl-alt-esc and
> >"ps" shows that mount_mfs is still there (I use an mfs as /tmp).
> That makes sense; I use MFS for /tmp as well. The X connection is
> there, since X keeps its socket in /tmp/.X11-unix/X0.
How big a /tmp do you folks keep on MFS? I've been wondering if I've got
enough memory to make doing this worthwhile (I've got 24 MB of RAM).
I currently run with a 16 MB /tmp, though I've run other machines at
8 MB with no problems.
Curt Sampson email@example.com
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