I apologize if this is a faq, but I can't seem to find the answer online.
Anyway, what is the maximum amount of memory the current x86 Linux kernel
can address per process? I am running large digital circuit simulations
and have recently blown out the 2GB per-process limit of WinNT. Since our
simulation tools are also available on Linux, we were hoping we could get
a little more headroom for our x86 boxes before having to jump to a 64-bit
processor system. I believe I've heard the figure 3.75GB tossed around,
but I can't find anything definite.