On Wed, Feb 10, 2010 at 6:53 PM, Kaushal Shriyan
> On Wed, Feb 10, 2010 at 6:35 PM, Aurélien Naldi
> <email@example.com> wrote:
>>>> depending on the ubuntu version, it may be called -server or -pae
>>>> BTW, if you are running a 64bit install, it should just work with the
>>>> default kernel (AFAIK).
>>>> I'm not familiar with dmidecode output, but it is supposed to be about
>>>> hardware capabilities, not software ones. Are you sure this is the
>>>> global limit of the system and not the capacity of a single memory
>>>> slot ?
>>> free -m
>>> * * * * * * total * * * used * * * free * * shared * *buffers * * cached
>>> Mem: * * * * *8001 * * * 7955 * * * * 45 * * * * *0 * * * * *0 * * * 7812
>>> -/+ buffers/cache: * * * *143 * * * 7857
>>> Swap: * * * * 4761 * * * * 42 * * * 4719
>>> Please suggest.
>> Not much to add, you have 8GB of memory in the system, just as you should
>> Aurélien Naldi
> I was interested in "How much Max Memory my san Box supports" using
> dmidecode ? is that possible to find out.
Any updates for my query to this mailing list ?
I was interested in "How much Max Memory my san Box running Ubuntu
Server 8.04 supports" using dmidecode ? is that possible to find out
without consulting the manufacturer ?
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