Its not that, its time constraints. We have a automated system of building,
deploying, creating, snapshoting, and destroying VM's. The servers, dom0 and
domU are built on Centos 4.4 i386 release. I don't have the time to rebuild
the environment using x86_64. The system started on small 32bit machines and
has now moved to large 64bit machines. When I have time I will rebuild the
environment using 64bit. The question is now that I'm getting a 32GB machine,
am I forced to go through the effort of rebuilding to x86_64?
From: Bastian Blank [mailto:bastian@xxxxxxxxxxxx]
Sent: Friday, September 29, 2006 12:55 PM
To: Shepherd, Darren S
Subject: Re: [Xen-users] 16GB limit for PAE?
On Fri, Sep 29, 2006 at 01:50:55PM -0400, Shepherd, Darren S wrote:
> When I boot Xen I see a message saying PAE enabled, limit 16GB. Does this
> mean that I can't exceed 16GB with PAE. I'm just about to purchase a machine
> 32GB of memory and I don't wish to go to x86_64. Will I have a problem?
You really want to pay the speed penalty for using a 32bit kernel?
But Captain -- the engines can't take this much longer!
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