Fri, 25 Jun 1999 23:06:40 -0400 (EDT)
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On Fri, 25 Jun 1999, Ben Woodard wrote:
> What triggers this message? Is there something that we can do about it
> to make our memory secure? Can you say to Unix, "send me this signal
> if you need to swap a page?" or "Don't swap this page or else I will
> have to kill err I mean reboot you."
- From the man page:
On many systems this program should be installed as setuid(root).
This is necessary to lock memory pages. If
you get no warning message about insecure memory your OS kernel
supports locking without being root. The
program drops root privileges as soon as locked memory is
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