Re: How much kernel memory is in 64-bit OS ?

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> It depends on the architecture.
> However, all 64 bit architectures have one thing in common.
> There is so much address space available for both kernel and
> userspace that we won't have to worry about a shortage for a
> very long time.
> Sure, people said that too when going from 16 bits to 32 bits,
> but that was only a factor 2^16 difference.  This time it's the
> square of the previous difference.

Not quite the square :)

Jan Engelhardt
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