> > IMVHO every developer involved in memory-management (and indeed, any
> > software development; the authors of ntpd comes in mind here) should
> > have a 386 with 4MB of RAM and some 16MB of swap. Nowadays I have the
> > luxury of a 486 with 8MB of RAM and 32MB of swap as a firewall, but it's
> > still a pain to work with.
> If you really want to have fun, remove all swap...
My handheld has 12MB ram, no swap ;-), and that's pretty big machine
PS: Swapping on flash disk is bad idea, right?
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