I'm studying for RHCSA and am confused by a statement I came across in some training material: There is no practical maximum RAM, as theoretically, you could run 128 TB of RAM on RHEL 6. But ...
From some book I have, I have in my notes that the Linux kernel resides at 0xc00000000 on 32-bit systems, and is mapped into user space for performance reasons. Is this accurate ? How can I verify ...
I am trying to debug a kernel panic. Panic message says unable to handle kernel paging request for address 40025694. At the time of panic it was executing ldreq r10, [lr, #-4] @ get SWI instruction. ...
I am not able to understand why would kernel issue this oom killer when I see enough memory is available: Also why are there so many kernel cache pages allocated? I say enough memory is available ...
For a linux kernel with virtual memory and disk storage, pages are swapped back and forth into swap area. But embedded systems generally use NAND flash instead of disk. A NAND flash has a limited ...