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Why is the size of /proc/kcore smaller than RAM? [closed]
I was wondering why it is so. All links (I've found) concerning the size of the file state that the size is about the same as the size of physical RAM, or the size processor can address. I'm on 32bit. ...
Dec 5 '11 at 8:58
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