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Old 03-26-2004, 10:57 AM   #1
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Angry What's the difference between the upper and lower portions of /proc/meminfo?

I have a server with 8GB running Red Hat 7.2. When I issue the command cat /proc/meminfo, it show me in the first two lines as if server has only 3.7GB and the rest of file shows me the actual 8GB?
Does this mean that Red Hat only can see 4GB of memory?
I'm using Enterprise Kernel with HIGHMEM=64GB.


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