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SubjectRe: Intel's response Linux/MTRR/8GB Memory Support / Why doesn't the kernel realize the BIOS has problems and re-map appropriately?
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On Tuesday, June 5, 2007 2:46 am Andi Kleen wrote:
> > So the only safe thing we can do is not use memory that is not
> > write-back cached. That we can positively detect and is a
> > conservative action so if anything will work that will.
>
> Jesse wrote such a patch (or rather it limitted end_pfn), but it
> broke the X server for so far unknown reasons.

It looks like I broke the /proc/mtrr interface somehow... I'll try to
fix it tomorrow.

Jesse
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