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comment Invoking memory compaction on linux 2.6.35 kernels and beyond
you can check /proc/buddyinfo to find the current level of fragmentation.
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comment Invoking memory compaction on linux 2.6.35 kernels and beyond
please check my questions in bold in the original post. Thanks.
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revised Getting information about a process' memory usage from /proc/pid/smaps
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comment dd: writing '/dev/null': No space left on device
@Gilles Problem was that my /dev/null was not a character special file. I updated my question above.
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comment dd: writing '/dev/null': No space left on device
@forcefsck Done, added the command
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comment dd: writing '/dev/null': No space left on device
@Patrick added ls -l
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asked memtester runs faster after couple of runs