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Re: More problems...
At 04:34 AM 1/27/95 +0200, Matti Aarnio wrote:
>> Is 2.99.10 reliable?
> On SunOS 4.1.3 yes, OSF/1v3.0 no compile, Ultrix4.3A yes, Linux yes.
> Actually it depends more about the system tuning parameters,
> and on some cases, what runtime options you use.
> There is a clear possibility that mmap()ing stuff into
> memory is not supported very well, or other esoteric problems
> may appear...
>> Is MMAP required? (I notice that even when I had MMAP disabled in
>> hostenv, it was still compiling some files with -DHAVE_MMAP)
> You can disable MMAP, and things should work smoothly there-after.
> Those some files are in libmalloc/ ? The libmalloc/ has
> almoast self-contained Makefile, it may require some editing.
Be nice if that was documented somewhere. I just assumed that the
hostenv/* files were all powerfull. I don't trust MMAP on my system at all,
that is why I disabled it in my hostenv, but if the libmalloc stuff was
using it, maybe that's why the router would dump core....
> /Matti Aarnio <firstname.lastname@example.org>