How to allocate memory in kernel cmdline?

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Arun_raj
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How to allocate memory in kernel cmdline?

Post by Arun_raj » 2018/02/08 07:23:13

Hi,

How to allocate 1024MB of memory in kernel cmdline

I already mem=1024M in grub file but it is not working.can u give some input for this?

Thanks

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Re: How to allocate memory in kernel cmdline?

Post by TrevorH » 2018/02/08 14:32:31

What are you trying to do? That will stop the system from seeing more than 1GB RAM - is that what you wanted to do? What do you want to do and why?
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