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Improving ext4: bigalloc, inline data, and metadata checksums

Improving ext4: bigalloc, inline data, and metadata checksums

Posted Dec 9, 2011 7:41 UTC (Fri) by quotemstr (subscriber, #45331)
In reply to: Improving ext4: bigalloc, inline data, and metadata checksums by tytso
Parent article: Improving ext4: bigalloc, inline data, and metadata checksums

> Dell T3500 Precision Workstation, which supports up to 24GB of ECC or non-ECC memory.

I have the same machine. Oddly enough, it only supports 12GB of non-ECC memory, at least according to Dell's manual. How does that happen?

(Also, Intel's processor datasheet claims that several hundred gigabytes of either ECC or non-ECC memory should be supported using the integrated memory controller. I wonder why Dell's system supports less.)


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