On Thu, 23 Jan 2003, User & wrote:
> Hi all
> I have one idea , and this is about expand virtual memory on linux boxes
> connected in LAN.
> Example: Linux A is processing come information , and need more memory , so
> with this source , Linux A could access virtual memory on Linux B in LAN.
> But i donīt know how translate the virtual address between Linux A and B , to
> have success in acess VM, or how to send all the process for Linux B to be
> Any ideas ?
Use a swap-file on another machine on the LAN to extend your virtual
memory if you run out of local swap-file space.
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