I'm running Dual PIII 450MHz with 512MB Ram as an nfs server. System is
Debian Woody. Kernel is cvs, checked out on June, 14th.
The machine ooopsd two weeks ago, but I wasn't able to reproduce with kbd,
because another guy rebooted it.
I only saw a huge amount of "Warning - running *really* short on DMA
Now these messages come again. Anything to be concerned of?
two filesystems on top of lvm 1.0.3 (each 200GB) are exported via NFS. The
filesystems are mounted with "logbufs=8".
Is this value too high with "only" 512MB of RAM?
thanks in advance