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Author vstinner
Recipients eckhardt, jbeezley, loewis, nadeem.vawda, pitrou, rosslagerwall, saa, vstinner, wrobell
Date 2011-02-10.17:03:48
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Le jeudi 10 février 2011 à 16:41 +0000, Ross Lagerwall a écrit :
> Ross Lagerwall <> added the comment:
> 32-bit computers can address up to 4GiB of memory

... at least 4 GB. With PAE (Physical Address Extension), we can address
up to 2^36 bytes. It looks like mmap() do support PAE, I suppose that
you need 64 bits offset on a 32 bits system to be able to use PAE :-)

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