[Soekris] 4801 and OpenBSD 3.3 - memory issue

Peter Curran pcurran at ticl.co.uk
Wed Aug 13 11:03:25 UTC 2003


Your version works,  Michiel's seems to but when you run dmesg you get a
sysctl error.

Whereabouts is the stuff documented?



----- Original Message -----
From: "Chris Cappuccio" <chris at nmedia.net>
To: "michiel de bruijn" <mdb at x42.net>
Cc: <soekris-tech at lists.soekris.com>
Sent: Tuesday, August 12, 2003 1:57 AM
Subject: Re: [Soekris] 4801 and OpenBSD 3.3 - memory issue

> michiel de bruijn [mdb at x42.net] wrote:
> >
> > In the meantime, you can use the 'machine mem +0x4000000 at 0x4100000' boot
> > command (which can be persisted to /etc/boot.conf) to make OpenBSD
> > the additional RAM. Note that I don't absolutely guarantee these values
> > correct -- if you get strange crashes under high memory load, you may
> > to tweak the size and/or address parameter by about 0x100000...
> most likely, it would be correct to say 'machine mem +0x4000000 at 0x4000000'
> (+ 64MB @ 64MB) rather than 'machine mem +0x4000000 at 0x4100000' (+ 64MB @
> 65MB)
> -c
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