On Tue, 05 Feb 2002 12:22:44 GMT, Niall O Broin said:
>>However, I do wonder where the information is stored - is it using up
>non-swappable kernel memory ? Mind you, the relevant config file on my box
>gzipped is 10K - I suppose with current memory prices that's not a big
I think we should all boycott this clearly ridiculous idea. I could use
that extra 10k to do something fancy like
PS it really is such a good idea... it's saved my skin a few times
when I've been miles away from my backup tapes, and managed to
be a bit overenthusiastic with cleaning a source tree... you can
strings /kernel | grep ___ | sed 's/^___//'
on (duck) FreeBSD to get similar stuff... if you've added
to your original kernel config.
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