I have a system with 8 x 16 GB DIMMs, so 128 GB total.
MemTotal reported by
131927808 kB, so
My research suggests that if anything, the meminfo should add up up to less than the RAM total.
So Google's calculator reports this sum as
131 (just divided by
If you interpret the
kB to mean kibibytes it is instead:
135 GB (worse!)
If you make it Kibibytes to Gibibytes it's
Or Kilobytes to Gigabytes it's
Below are the details. Can anyone help me understand this discrepancy?
# cat /proc/meminfo MemTotal: 131927808 kB MemFree: 3186732 kB MemAvailable: 99191856 kB Buffers: 3476036 kB Cached: 115792344 kB SwapCached: 120540 kB Active: 80544652 kB Inactive: 45017236 kB Active(anon): 28044884 kB Inactive(anon): 3127872 kB Active(file): 52499768 kB Inactive(file): 41889364 kB Unevictable: 13040 kB Mlocked: 584115752720 kB SwapTotal: 1953788 kB SwapFree: 0 kB