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Old 09-01-2005, 02:15 AM   #1
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16GB RAM -Kernel support


Dear all

I would like to have 16GB RAM, and linux running on it, i would like to know
which Linux distribution and kernel version supports 16gb RAM, which HARDWARE , ie 32bit, or 64bit server should be employed. Please Suggest me.

Redhat Distrbution which supports 16GB RAM or any other distribution ?
Whether to use 32bit or 64 bit which support 16gb RAM.

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Niranjan
 
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