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SubjectRe: kcore and memory questions
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Sheldon E. Newhouse:
> 1. What is the maximum amount of RAM that Linux supports in the various
> architectures? Where is this information defined/stored?

The maximum is (as far as I know) 1GB on x86 (must specify mem=...
above 64MB), probably much more (64-bit addresses) on the Alpha.

> -r-------- 1 root root 100667392 Jul 28 20:37 kcore
>
> Wow! Is that 100 MB file for real? What is it for?

It's not for real, it represents your RAM. It's really big -
if you want to make it smaller, remove some of your SIMMs and
send them to me :-).

Marek


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