> > > I've sent mail to BSDI suggesting that they add the #ifdef, so perhaps
> > > it will be there in BSD/OS 4.2.
> Note that I am referring here to a #ifndef around SHMMAXPGS.
> SYSPTSIZE already has an #ifndef as shipped, so my suggestion just
> makes them more symmetrical.
I expect 4.1 will not require any change to SYSPTSIZE. It will
auto-size based on the shared memory required.
> > I thought 4.1 would automatically size SYSPTSIZE based on the shared memory
> > configured. At least that is what BSDI support said. They said the
> > SYSPTSIZE change would not be neeeed in 4.1. If you don't make the
> > SYSPTSIZE too, does the kernel still boot with larger shared memory
> > segments?
> We've only got 4.1 up on a couple of test machines--we're still doing
> everything important on 4.0.1 and at this point we're going to skip
> 4.1 and our next upgrade will be to 4.2 since that's in beta already.
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