1 Reply Latest reply on Oct 22, 2010 6:01 PM by tedk

    MemTotal in SCC Linux

    junghyun

      MemTotal:       322400 kB
      MemFree:        288184 kB
      Buffers:             0 kB
      Cached:          28676 kB
      SwapCached:          0 kB
      Active:           2504 kB
      Inactive:        26844 kB
      HighTotal:           0 kB
      HighFree:            0 kB
      LowTotal:       322400 kB
      LowFree:        288184 kB
      SwapTotal:           0 kB
      SwapFree:            0 kB
      Dirty:               0 kB
      Writeback:           0 kB
      Mapped:           1916 kB
      Slab:             4176 kB
      CommitLimit:    161200 kB
      Committed_AS:    31636 kB
      PageTables:        108 kB
      VmallocTotal:   704504 kB
      VmallocUsed:       852 kB
      VmallocChunk:   703412 kB

       

      Above is the result of "cat /proc/meminfo" in SCC Linux.

       

      As it says, MemTotal is 320MB. However, I know it is 32GB in total and LUT says each core has 640MB.

       

      I cannot find where in the source code set the data.

       

       

      How can I change MemTotal to 640MB???

        • 1. Re: MemTotal in SCC Linux
          tedk

          The current Linux image only uses 320MB private space.

          Admittedly the LUT says that 40 slots (640MB ) are assigned to a core as priivate but only half of that is used. In fact it is that extra memory that we hijack for shared memory.I think becasue SCC Linux is using 320MB, that is what you should see with cat /proc/meminfo for MemTotal.

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