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Date:	Thu, 21 Aug 2008 11:16:33 +0800
From:	"Chen Pei Chao" <>
To:	"'David Newall'" <>
Cc:	<>, <>
Subject: Re: Is there linux RAM filesystem with a fixed amount of memory?‏

>> Is there any RAM file system that use a fixed amount of memory at all
>> and will not grow and shrink dynamically like tmpfs?


I mounted a ramfs filesystem with 10M size, and have a check of
I find the ramfs also did not have the memory preallocation.

I just add one line into /etc/fstab
none 	/tmp	ramfs	size=10m	0	0 

Any wrong in my steps?


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