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SubjectRe: Perform minimal RAM test at boot
Hi!

> >> Why can't we use something similar to check memory sizes? I have a thinkpad
> >
> >That code isnt actually good enough in theory (tho practice may be different)
> >to detect missing ram.
>
> What about the attached code? It's for 2.3.20 but it should be easy to
> apply to other versions.

Nice. But it my eyes it should panic, not try to mark pages reserved
and continue. If there's one error, there may be undetected errors
nearby. I'd suggest panic() and forcing user deal with that.

Pavel

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