On Wed, 13 Jan 1999, Terry Lambert wrote:
> > Why is it that under bash's ulimit -v, the swap space utilization is the
> > sum of the data segment size and the stack size?
> Read-only pages don't need to be backed by swap?
Actualy I already asked the very same question in a different forum. I
assume the text segment is NOT swapped out because it is referenced way
TOO often to be practical/efficient to swap out?
> > Is this correct / valid for all shells (not just bash, which explicitly
> > prints this out as the per process swap space limitation)?
> On machines where the program image is not used as a read-only
> swap store, this would be different. You may have to install an
> old copy of Xenix or SVR3.2 to find such a machine, though...
Actualy I think Solaris does this too..
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