Re: heavy activity problems

On Sun, 2002-08-18 at 19:55, Ali Akcaagac wrote:

> let's say i start an application in an environment that has enough
> memory, that app usually get setarted and fills it's startaddress and
> endaddress in the memorylist. it also allocates other memory for it's
> workstuff and datastuff..

If you're suggesting that an application aquires all the memory it needs
when it starts this is not true. Memory requests happen constantly, and
the linux task manager will kill off tasks as memory is running out. If
there's a "couple of messages" about being out of memory, then thats the
problem, you're out of memory.

"Star Wars: Episode II Attack of the Clones" is rated PG (Parental
guidance suggested). It has many violent scenes, none of them terribly
upsetting or, for that matter, interesting."

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