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    SubjectRe: [PATCH] x86: tidy e820 output
    On Wed, 22 Sep 2010, H. Peter Anvin wrote:

    > > I'm referring to using [start, start + addr - 1] in the output, like
    > > /sys/firmware/memmap does, as opposed to [start, start + addr]. Is it not
    > > valuable to include the actual e820 map in some way, especially when you
    > > have your own BIOS? We've always used this output since it isn't
    > > available later.
    > "The actual e820 map" contains (start, length, type) -- the end bracket
    > is not part of it at all. Either way, /sys/firmware/memmap does provide
    > the memory map as provided by the firmware through whatever means.

    Ok, I agree that fixing the off-by-1 problem that's been there for ages is
    better and worth modifying our scripts when they break. Thanks!

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