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    SubjectRe: [patch] 2.1.89, 2GB physical memory, CONFIG_MAX_MEMSIZE

    On 9 Mar 1998, H. Peter Anvin wrote:

    > > [ ] Math emulation
    > > [*] More than 1 gigabyte physical memory
    > > (0x80000000) Max physical memory

    > Perhaps it would be saner to specify this number in megabytes; it
    > could be decimal then.

    ok. There is still a problem with the readability of kernel oopses, maybe
    we should print PAGE_OFFSET in the oops as well? Also there are a few
    'comfort' things left: auto-skipping memory in mem_init(), printing a
    warning about 'lost memory'. It would also be nice to determine the exact
    size of the needed 'high virtual memory window', i think this is hard as
    we cannot predict how much vmalloc()/ioremap() space we will use?

    -- mingo



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