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blz, mas e como eu habilito os 4 gb de ram? pq o padrao (GENERIC) fica
limitado a 1gb

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Luiz Otávio Souza wrote:
> From: "Marcelo V. Lima" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
>> mas nao eh o PAE que habilita high memory?
> O PAE habilita o acesso a mais de 32bits de memoria (4GB RAM) e tem
> varios problemas e limites na sua implementação.
> Esse assunto surgiu na lista do DFBSD recentemente, veja abaixo:
>> On Wed, Jun 08, 2005 at 10:18:02AM -0700, Matthew Dillon wrote:
>> >     We don't have any PAE code in DragonFly.  I don't currently intend
>> >     to add it... it's a severe hack.i [snip]
>> Let me elaborate a bit more on this. PAE makes the kernel work a lot
>> harder, because the kernel can't access all memory at the same time.
>> This means that you have to be a lot more careful when accessing
>> memory, since it might currently not be present.
>> It also adds the general problem of 64bit machines in that many PCI
>> bus master devices still only support "low" memory (below 4GB). For
>> this reason you often don't gain anything from using it e.g. for
>> buffer caching, since you have to copy it into the low memory or
>> reverse before doing IO.
>> Joerg
> Luiz - loos
> PS: essa mensagem do dfbsd precisa de duas traduções, uma para o
> portugues e outra para linguagem de usuario... isso que é falar dificil...
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