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Hi,

I am new to Linux OS. I have installed Fedora 10 on a server machine. This computer contains 4   opteron 875 cpu's and 32GB of memory.  
I went to System Tools > Monitoring Software and it shows 0-5 cpu's and 3.5GB of memory, under the System tab. Why would it only show 6 cpu's instead of 8 cpu's. Also, the OS Is registering 3.5GB of memory instead of 32GB of memory. Does any one has any ideas?

What are the limitations on Fedora 10?

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is it 64 bit version?
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it may be a limitation of the monitoring software :-)

or the kernel installed

or, as omar pointed out, you need the 64bit version.
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I have installed Fedora 64bit. This has corrected the memory issue.

Do you know what is the maximum memory capacity that Fedora 64bit supports?

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