syspatch(8) and /tmp sizing
On my new OpenBSD servers, I decided to use memory filesystem for /tmp. After looking at old servers usage, I decided that 64M of memory space would be enough. # grep mfs /etc/fstab swap /tmp mfs rw,nodev,nosuid,-s=64m 0 0 And that seemed well sized. Until I ran syspatch(8) and got a whole bunch of errors:
Toshiba MK1059 GSM in MacBookPro5,5
I had issues with my Seagate Momentus 5400.6 500GB… It felt very slow… But it also only had 10% free space left… It’s been two weeks I’m trying to work on this… Defragmentation, Onyx on the system… Maybe it’s just to full… Thank my Sanyo HD1010 for that… So let’s go for it… upgrading to 8GB of RAM (from stock 4GB) and to TOSHIBA MK1059GSM 1TB.
Memory Limits for Windows Releases
This is a quick summary of memory limitations for Microsoft Windows releases that I often have to deal with: