Re: Linux - Windows Questions Jan. 22, 2011
- From: "E.D.G." <edgrsprj@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sat, 22 Jan 2011 23:07:51 -0600
"Bit Twister" <BitTwister@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message news:slrnijmts3.l99.BitTwister@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Q: Does Linux limit the amount of computer Ram memory that a program can
access? With my present version of Vista (32 bit) it appears that a given
program is allowed to access a maximum of 2 gigabytes of Ram memory.
Linux will limit your access based on your cpu/hardware limits.
Thanks for the response.
Just to address one of the subjects, I am considering having a special system built that could have as much as 32 gigabytes of Ram memory. My Perl program could easily use 16 gigabytes of Ram by itself. And before having the system built I wanted to check to see what memory usage limitations different programs and operating systems might have.
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