I am developing a driver and am trying to enable IOMMU on an x86_64 AMD Opteron platform and RHEL 4.6 (kernel 2.6.9-67.0.10.ELlargesmp) with memory >4GB. The IOMMU setting is enabled in the BIOS. There is no size setting so I pass "iommu=memaper=4" kernel boot option to set the size to 512M.
Suggestion. If an Administrator closes a good thread beacause it has unsuitable content do not advise taking the discussion to the Social Groups unless you are also going to create a link to the Social Groups.
I am the only person to have posted in the Social Groups in the last week. Only 5 of 38 Groups have activity in this year of 2014.
Here, we are asked about IBM Calgary IOMMU support (CALGARY_IOMMU). This option will enable support for IOMMUs that belong to the xSeries x366 and x460 by IBM. This will also allow 32-bit PCI that do not support DAC (Double Address Cycle) devices of such systems to run properly because this system setup will have issues accessing more than 3GB of RAM.
For various reasons I was looking for an overview of the default groups in recent versions of slackware. Groups seems to divide into three categories, 1) dedicated to some daemon(s) e.g. apache, nogroup 2) access control to some file(s) through sgid binaries, e.g. slocate, utmp, and 3) general access control for users, e.g. video, plugdev (and 4) historical, basically defunct groups).
Hi I'm pretty new to powershell so I might be going about this completely wrong but I have to dump all our companies Distribution groups, their nested groups, and the users of those groups into a csv or txt file.