From: John P . Looney (jplooney at domain compapp.dcu.ie)
Date: Wed 21 Apr 1999 - 14:51:28 IST
On Wed, Apr 21, 1999 at 05:18:44AM -0500, anthony_Melia at domain 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".
-- 'As my grandmother used to say, as she worked away on her spinning wheel, "Those who do not remember history, are doomed to repeat it, especially if they change the addressing modes, or wordsize of their architechture"' - Peter Van Der Linden
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