On Wed, Apr 21, 1999 at 05:18:44AM -0500, anthony_Melia at Dell.com mentioned:
> Whats the limit Redhat/Linux in general will see? I heard it may be 1G, if
> so, how can this be extended?
Standard linux, it's 1GB on Intel. You can extend it by getting a proper
machine (like an Alpha or a Sparc), or by applying kernel patches. Check
out http://www.kernel.org, and look for "unoffical kernel patches".
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