gabor.kovesdan at t-hosting.hu
Thu Nov 17 19:14:41 GMT 2005
EM64T is Intel's 64-bit processor architecture. It uses 64 bit registers
so it gets around the 4GB limit. It is very similar to AMD64
architecture and fully supported via the amd64 port. If You have an
EM64T machine use the amd64 version of FreeBSD.
Marc G. Fournier wrote:
> First off, what is it? On 32bit platforms, to address >4G of RAM, I
> recall that there is some sort of 'paging' that has to be done to
> address it ... does EM64T get around that somehow, or is this just
> another name for it?
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