How can the system be bumped-up to the next evolution of RAM-processing..?
lindavaldeen at fastmail.fm
Wed Nov 2 01:56:13 UTC 2011
Re: How does Fedora clean its RAM..?
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"Linda McLeod" <lindavaldeen at fastmail.fm>
Tue, 1 Nov 2011 6:39 PM (6 minutes 42 seconds ago)
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Am 02.11.2011 02:34, schrieb Linda McLeod:
> How does Fedora clean its RAM..?
> Does the system dump what's on unused RAM?.. Does it wait till
> How does it work..?
> How can the system be bumped-up to the next evolution of
> Is there, or can there be, a continuous wiping-cleaner that instantly
> cleans RAM the moment its thht-data is dated..?
why should it clean RAM?
a modern unix system tends to consume ALL memory for caches,
buffers etc. and reuse it if a application needs active memory
wiping memory is snakeoil and if such a tool exists it was developed
from peopole who do not undertsnad how a modern OS works
Maybe in part.. but there are still a lot of things that were seemingly
obsoleted, that still can be developed to their peaks modern ways... It
isn't "snakeoil".. it's "pokin' & punchin' thu envelope" to see if'n
anything good got missed in the stampede... Any ideas how the next
generation OS processes RAM..? Why is there RAM..? Why can't the OS
run its RAM off'n the hd..?
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