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Bug#74618: grub: mem= passing broke recently

From: Robert Bihlmeyer
Subject: Bug#74618: grub: mem= passing broke recently
Date: 13 Oct 2000 13:58:20 +0200
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OKUJI Yoshinori <address@hidden> writes:

>   Can you tell us the output of "cat /proc/cmdline"?

Booting with grub 0.5.96 results in no "mem=" in the commandline,
unless I specifically add one to the "kernel" command. It does not
matter whether "--no-mem-option" is used.

Grub adds the correct "mem=" parameter automatically.

>   Please inform all the outputs from displaymem.

Both versions of grub report exactly the same memory map. Here are the

Usable Memory: Base 0x00000000 Length    654336 bytes
     Reserved: Base 0x0009FC00 Length      1024 bytes
     Reserved: Base 0x000F0000 Length     65536 bytes
Usable Memory: Base 0x00100000 Length 133103616 bytes
     Reserved: Base 0x07FF0000 Length     32768 bytes
     Reserved: Base 0x07FF8000 Length     32768 bytes
     Reserved: Base 0xFFFF0000 Length     65536 bytes


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