Subject: UVM and PMAP_NEW and top(1)
To: 'NetBSD/i386 list' <port-i386@NetBSD.ORG>
From: Gunnar Helliesen <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 05/26/1998 02:57:30
I've just upgraded my "test system" at home (P90, 64M, IDE) to -current
as of May 23. Feeling adventurous I built a new kernel with UVM and
After rebuilding the usual suspects (libkvm, ps, w, top etc.) things
seem to be working nicely. Just one oddity, top(1) omits the "Wired"
count of the memory stats like so:
Memory: 9064K Act 4248K Inact K Wired 41M Free 4K Swap 128M Swap free
No big deal, just thought it was odd.
Is it just me, or is program loading much faster? It sure _feels_
faster. vi(1) and top(1) are up and running almost before I hit Enter...
Gunnar Helliesen | Bergen IT Consult AS | NetBSD/VAX on a uVAX II
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