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SubjectRe: 2.4.x ram issues?
Hi!

> I have a problem with high ram support on 2.4.7 to 2.4.17 all behave the
> same. I have a quad Xeon 700 box with 16gb of ram on an Intel SKA4 board.
> The ram is all the same 16 1gb PC100 SDRAM modules from Crucial. If I
> compile the kernel with high ram (64gb) support, my system runs very slow,
> it takes about 15 minutes for make menuconfig to come up. If I recompile
> the kernel with 4gb support, it runs perfectly normal and very fast, but I
> have 12 gigs that I can't use. Is this a known issue? Is there a fix? I
> tried just about everything and I am all out of options. Please help!

What happens with 8GB?
Pavel
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