Re: memory upgrade
Date: Tue, 27 Jan 2004 14:49:30 -0800
The reason asking is I heard stories of people upgrading thier memory and
thier Linux box slowing to a crawl. They had to take out the memory to
restore the performance. I wont have to repartion the swap size will I?
"wesley" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> On Mon, 26 Jan 2004 16:39:14 -0800, Joe wrote:
> > Just a quick question about RH 9, can i increase the memory with out
> > screwing anything up? 128 mb to 512mb ?
> > thanks
> Yes, no problem. I've taken one machine from 256MB to 384MB to 512MB and
> 640MB in three separate steps under RH9 with zero problems. Went from
> 192MB to 288MB on a another PC (laptop.)
> Steps are simple: turn computer off. Install memory. Turn computer back
> on. Compute.
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