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Old 03-25-04, 08:17 AM   #1
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Default 2.6.n, 2G split... any known problems?

Hello all,

I'm thinking about dumping the High-mem support on my RedHat9/2.6.3 dual AMD workstation in-order to gain better performance. (The machine has 1GB of memory and I don't want to "throw" 128MB....)
I'm thinking about using the 2G/2G patch (or manually patching the kernel into something like 1.2/2.8.)

My question is simple: should I expect any problem with my onion patched 44.96 drivers?

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Old 03-25-04, 08:22 AM   #2
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Default Re: 2.6.n, 2G split... any known problems?

No, it should work just fine.
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Zander,

As always, I'm in your debt

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