Re: Memory limitations in Linux.

From: Mark Zealey (
Date: Wed May 03 2000 - 11:07:54 EST

On Wed, 3 May 2000, Jamie Lokier wrote:

> When AMD releases their IA32 processors with 64 bit extensions, perhaps
> that will support more than 4GB per process too.
> You can of course _access_ much more than that per process. And the
> total RAM shared between all processes is not subject to the 4GB
> limitation. On Pentium Pros you can use 64GB total RAM.

Can't you get 4TB on i386's? using page gran. That's what it says in 'the
indespensable PC hardware book'.


Mark Zealey

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