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    Fedora 8 Aperture Beyond 4 GB on boot


    Thank you for your time and assistance.

    I just noticed after applying a number of updates/system configuration changes this past week that I am receiving the following message when I boot to my Fedora 8 drive:

    Aperture beyond 4 GB.

    Is this a memory problem? I have 2 GB of 800 Mhz DDR 2 chips on the system, but I can't imagine Fedora is using all of that on boot. The system itself boots and performs as usual otherwise. Anyone else seen this issue?

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    free
    total used free shared buffers cached
    Mem: 2062512 1208336 854176 0 45456 439948
    -/+ buffers/cache: 722932 1339580
    Swap: 4194248 0 4194248

    free -m
    total used free shared buffers cached
    Mem: 2014 1181 832 0 45 430
    -/+ buffers/cache: 706 1307
    Swap: 4095 0 4095

    This was taken after startup while the system was grabbing updates. Is there a way to monitor it during boot up when the message is received?

    More message details:

    Aperture beyond 4 GB. Ignoring.
    Red Hat nash version 6.0.19 starting.
    exception Emask .... frozen.

    then OS boots

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