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SubjectRe: "3.5GB user address space" option.
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Followup to:  <1981072193242.20011018021819@spylog.com>
By author: "Oleg A. Yurlov" <kris@spylog.com>
In newsgroup: linux.dev.kernel
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>
> Hi, folks,
>
> How I can use 3.5GB in my apps ? I try malloc() and get error on 2G
> bounce... :-(
>
> Hardware - SMP server, 2Gb RAM, 8Gb swap, kernel 2.4.12aa1.
>

Get a 64-bit CPU. You're running into a fundamental limit of 32-bit
architectures.

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