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SubjectRe: a 15 GB file on tmpfs
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Bernd Eckenfels wrote:
> In article <200507201416.36155.naber@inl.nl> you wrote:
>
>>The machine we plan to buy is a HP Proliant Xeon machine and I want to run a
>>32 bit linux kernel on it (the xeon we want doesn't have the 64-bit stuff
>>yet)
>
>
> You cant have 16GB of Memory with 32bit CPUs.

PAE

CONFIG_HIGMEM64G

Supports a 36bit address space, which Xeons do support.

That doesn't mean a program can access it, you still
have the same old limitations per process.

// Stefan
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