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answered How much memory can a 64bit machine address at a time?
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accepted SSD as primary or secondary drive on a small Linux server?
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comment SSD as primary or secondary drive on a small Linux server?
Yep, tx, that makes sense (though Ted Ts'o's essay on aligning filesystems to SSD erase blocks has made me especially wary of how LVM can behave in that respect, I guess I'll just need to experiment and benchmark to find good parameters).
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comment Windows 7 safe mode pretends it's Windows XP?
Anyway, the 954 MB of RAM are hardly surprising: no doubt the graphics subsystem is "stealing" 70 MB or so for its own uses -- such systems (stealing system RAM for video & processing thereof) are very common.