[SunRescue] memory addressing in solaris
Paul Khoury - Tech Support
pkhoury3 at earthlink.net
Sun May 28 21:40:35 CDT 2000
At 07:27 PM 5/28/00 -0700, you wrote:
>On Sun, 28 May 2000, Paul Khoury - Tech Support wrote:
>> Does anyone know how much memory Solaris can allot to each process,
>> you have the most memory a machine could support (in the GB range)?
>In 64-bit mode on an UltraSparc, as much memory as the machine physically
>has (no Sun currently planned has anywhere near 2^64 bytes).
Which is how many TB? =)
>In 32-bit mode it varies from 3GB to 4GB, depending on the kernel arch and
>the OS version. I could quote from memory but I'd probably be wrong, and
>the differences are minor.
Ahh. Just was wondering to compare with a coworkers' comment about how
much NT can address.
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