On Tue, 22 Jul 2008 10:21:44 -0400 (EDT)Asked them.
Justin Piszcz <jpiszcz@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
To be able to utilize 128 GiB of memory on a host, does one need to enable
NUMA support? Currently only 64 GiB is showing up.
How much memory does the BIOS say the system has?
Probably can't get this.
Can you get the e820 memory map (from early boot up) of the systems?
As far as machine name/motherboard type, I do not have this information
currently but I am told there are one or two of these boxes are running
CentOS 5.x and/or RHEL5/AS.
Hopefully not with 64GB each :))
Will verify what they are running, thanks.
Is there something special you need to do to utilize all 128 GiB of
You need to use a 64 bit kernel, for one.