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Therefore, overcommit_bytes works as the counterpart to the overcommit_ratio, and setting one automatically disables the other.
Setting this parameter to a non-zero value will disable the reporting of new entries introduced to /proc/meminfo and the kernel will keep the legacy (2.6.32) layout when reporting data through that interface. This parameter is available to Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 only, for reasons of retroactive compatibility.
This parameter allows the kdump kernel to disable BSP during boot and then to successfully boot up with multiple processors.This resolves the problem of lack of available interrupt vectors for systems with a high number of devices and ensures that kdump can now successfully capture a core dump on these systems.For system administrators and others planning Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.6 upgrades and deployments, the Technical Notes provide a single, organized record of the bugs fixed in, features added to, and Technology Previews included with this new release of Red Hat Enterprise Linux.Using this parameter provides an estimate of how much memory is available for starting new applications without swapping.
The Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.6 Technical Notes list and document the changes made to the Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 operating system and its accompanying applications between Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.5 and minor release Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.6.list and document the changes made to the Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 operating system and its accompanying applications between minor release Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.5 and minor release Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.6.