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On Mon, 9 Jul 2001, Adam Shand wrote:

> * What is the maximum amount of RAM that a *single* process can address
> under a 2.4 kernel, with PAE enabled? Without?

3 GB, 3GB. This is basically a hardware limit.

> * And, what (if any) paramaters can effect this (recompiling the app
> etc)?

Alpha, AMD Hammer, ... ;)


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