64-bit Linux OS and 32-bit application
I am new to this forum and need help from the Linux gurus over here.
If we have 64-bit SUSE Linux OS and 32-bit application running on a board which has 30 GB RAM, it is for sure that the OS can access the whole 30 GB RAM. But, the question is can the 32-bit application access the whole 30 GB RAM or only 4 GB of RAM? I guess only 4 GB. Could any one of you have a quick answer and the theory behind the answer?
If only ONE 32-bit application is running on a 64-bit SUSE OS on a board having 30 GB RAM, application can use 4 GB RAM and 26 GB RAM will be a waste and not used at all ???
Thanks & Regards,
Welcome to LQ.
I notice you have an identical thread over here: http://www.linuxquestions.org/questi...3/#post3841831 which already has one reply. Please continue the discussion over there, and I will have this thread closed.
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