Re: max RAM size
On Tue, Nov 06, 2001 at 05:21:45PM +0100, François THOMAS wrote:
| > -----Message d'origine-----
| > De : Schnorbus, Patrick [mailto:Patrick.Schnorbus@gdata.de]
| > Envoyé : mercredi 7 novembre 2001 17:11
| > À : 'François THOMAS'
| > Cc : firstname.lastname@example.org
| > Objet : max RAM size
| > > I have upgraded the physical amount of RAM on a Potato server (r3).
| > > Unfortunately, it looks like only 960M are managed by the
| > > kernel... Is there
| > > a *safe* way to make my system manage all the available RAM (=> 2 Gigs)
| > > This is a production server, and I cannot afford the risk of
| > > destroying the
| > > system (I would prefer to continue using half the available memory !).
| > look at the options from kernel 2.4, your system can manage more
| > than 4 gigs then.
| Thanks for your answer, but... I'm forced to use the Sun-Chilisoft ASP
| engine, which is only garanteed to work with kernel 2.2.x
| Does anybody know if there is something to do with the 2.2.19 ?
Have you tried adding a "mem=2000M" (or whatever the number is) to the
kernel command line?