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SubjectRe: [patch] arbitrary size memory allocator, memarea-2.4.15-D6
Riley Williams wrote:
>
> Hi Jeff.
>
> > With bootmem you know that (for example) 100GB of physically
> > contiguous memory is likely to be available...
>
> Please point me to where you found a machine with 100 Gigabytes of RAM
> as I could realy make use of that here...

Well as an example, the new IBM pSeries p690, and yes it does run Linux.

Will it be 100 Gig of physically contiguous memory? Not necessarily but it
certainly could be.

Now if it would only fit under my desk....

> Best wishes from Riley.

Regards,

Tom

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