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Re: [vox-tech] can YOU be certified?!?



Mostly I would look at the amount of swap space available 
at times when I think swap would be most heavily used.
Whether the resulting number is adequate depends of many
things.

So I guess (b) is a VERY poor best fit.

-- Rod
   http://www.sunsetsystems.com/

On Sunday 21 July 2002 01:32 am, Peter Jay Salzman wrote:
> this is a question from "exam cram linux+", a book that's supposed to
> prepare people for the linux+ certification test.
>
> let's not discuss the linux+ exam itself.  let's not discuss the value
> of certifications in general (people are free to start OTHER threads on
> these topics).  for this thread, let's just talk about THIS question for
> now.
>
> is anyone brave enough to try to answer this question in public?
>
> after a few people answer this question, i'll post the book's answer.
>
> =======================================================================
> Based on observation and the output from the top command, which of the
> following pieces of information tells you that swap space needs to be
> increased?
>
> a) The amount of available memory nearly equals the amount of used
>    memory.
>
> b) The amount of available swap space nearly equals the amount of RAM.
>
> c) You hear constant noise from your hard drive.
>
> d) The CPU utilization level is near 100%
> =======================================================================

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