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RE: Problems with too much memory

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Alex Yukhimets [mailto:alexy@krypton.stern.nyu.edu]On Behalf Of
> Alex Yukhimets
> Sent: Friday, April 03, 1998 10:26 AM
> To: Timm Gleason
> Cc: debian-user@lists.debian.org
> Subject: Re: Problems with too much memory
> > Yes they do. Every time we add or remove memory modules we use
> one of these
> > lines in lilo.conf and rune lilo, then reboot.
> >
> > append="mem=128M"
> > append="mem=256M"
> > append="mem=384M"
> >
> > We have to have the append="mem=128M" in our standard PII 233 servers in
> > order to make them use all of the memory and we see no problems
> with them.
> > It seems as though we only have these problems when we have
> more than one
> > module installed.
> Yes, but if you have 3 modules installed, but still use
> append="mem=128M" in lilo, do you have problems?
> I undersatand, that only one module will actually be used by a kernel in
> this case.
> Alex Y.
Yes, it does fail, just as if all the modules were enabled. To test this, I
put 2 modules in and activated them both and tested them, they failed. I
deactivated one of them through lilo and the tests still fail.


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