commence John Bradford quotation:
>> Use a swap-file on another machine on the LAN to extend your
>> virtual memory if you run out of local swap-file space.
> What would be really good would be a multiple gigabyte solid state
> 'disk', on a shared SCSI bus...
If you can afford gigabytes of solid state memory, you can surely
afford to properly fit your boxes out in the first place.
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