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Figured out out (thanks to this thread): On an Ubuntu box with a GUI: sudo apt-get install kpartx sudo losetup /dev/loop0 disk.img sudo kpartx -a /dev/loop0 Then, disk drives appear in the Nautilus file manager (GUI) under Devices. Click on them to see the contents.


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Most use clustering like VMware HA or Openstack. Others just buy machines that have TBs of RAM (like IBM S/390). You can probably make a two machine cluster with yours and do it but your network link will be a bad bottleneck.


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I have never seen a hosting provider offer anywhere close to a terabyte of RAM. They really do have machines with this much capacity however. If you had unlimited money (or a enterprise budget) you could buy a server motherboard with 32 DIMM slots, put a 32GB stick in each slot (which will cost you at least $1,000 per stick) and you would have accomplished a ...



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