[ros-kernel] RE: [ros-cvs] CVS Update: reactos (sections)

Hartmut Birr hartmut.birr at gmx.de
Sun Aug 8 11:41:48 CEST 2004


it has fixed the non paged pool problem. The using of MC_CACHE is ok. Ros
has a delayed close function (30sec) for files. The cache manager can
allocate the half size of the physical memory before it starts to remove
cache segments. You should wait a little bit and start the compiling again.

- Hartmut    

> -----Original Message-----
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> [mailto:ros-kernel-bounces at reactos.com] On Behalf Of James Tabor
> Sent: Sunday, August 08, 2004 6:25 AM
> To: ReactOS Kernel List
> Subject: Re: [ros-kernel] RE: [ros-cvs] CVS Update: reactos (sections)
> Hi,
> This may have fixed paged pool, but I see something else wrong.
> Problem is the memory load should have dropped to 9 or 10 
> percent between the stop and the start of the new compiling. 
> Looks like we are not freeing MC_USER and MC_CACHE properly.
> Thanks,
> James
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