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Re: [Xen-users] extra = "mem=1024" and maxmem

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Subject: Re: [Xen-users] extra = "mem=1024" and maxmem
From: Denny Schierz <linuxmail@xxxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 29 May 2007 15:47:37 +0200
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Denny Schierz schrieb:

> What i want is to expand the memory on the fly, without the needing of a
> reboot and i swear that it _was_ working with extra = "mem=512M", but
> now i don't get it working again :-/

it seems, I've got it. No tested both options:

memory = 128
extra = "mem=512M"
maxmem = "512"

now i can reduce or maximize the memory on the fly from Dom-U, but why i
have to enable both, i can't explain myself.

cu denny

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