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Re: Redhat 8.0 and 2Gb RAM




Original system: (fully functional)
redhat 7.3
kernel 2.4.x smp (not sure - don't remember)
DDR Corsair memory CMX512-3200 (2 dimms)
ASUS A7M266-D (AMD MP recommended)

New, updated system: (unstable)
added: redhat 8.0 with most of available updates
added: kernel 2.4.18-24.8.0smp
added: DDR Corsair memory CMX512-3200C2 400MHz (2 new dimms)
DDR Corsair memory CMX512-3200 (2 dimms)
ASUS A7M266-D (AMD MP recommended) (with original BIOS)


At 11:04 AM 2/17/2003 -0600, you wrote:
Dimitri Deserranno wrote:


Hi Randy and Doug,

does the bigmem kernel also work with dual processors? Note that memory is recognized by the kernel, however, machine runs unstable. I currently have smp kernel installed.
I just went to the archives and read these threads, and I have some more ideas. I have seen problems like this when mixing ram that has different access times. You said in one message that the memory you added was working in another machine?

Since you are using athlons, I assume this is either DDR or SDRAM? Do you know the access times, and can you give us more details about the motherboard and type of memory? Is your BIOS up to date?







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