> I understand that the 2.6.* kernels are much better at large memory
> support (with respect to performance issues), so unless you have a
> 64-bit machine lying around - this is probably worth a try.
> You may need to build a new kernel with the various parameters :
> set appropriately (or even upgrade to the latest 2.6.10). I would expect
> that some research and experimentation will be required to get the best
> out of it - (e.g. the 'bounce buffers' issue).

In the standard rpm FC 2-3 with a newly install server , would it automatically
detect and config it if I use the mechine with > 4 Gb [6Gb.] or should I
manually config it?

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