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First, I hope you're all well and staying safe.
Second, I want to give a "heads up" that you should see more activity here shortly, and maybe a few cosmetic changes.
I'll post more details to the "Announcements" forum soon, so be on the lookout. -E

 

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    Re: 80.10 problems on ESXi 6.5

    That file should not be empty. This is from a r80 open server mgmt server for the normal section of the boot loader.



    title Start in normal mode
    root (hd0,0)
    kernel /vmlinuz...
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    Re: 80.10 problems on ESXi 6.5

    Can you show where you did so? Just making sure you put it in the right spot. Should be on the kernel line.
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    Re: 80.10 problems on ESXi 6.5

    Iím not sure it only effects boot up. None cachable ram is bad. The big posted made it sound like just about any data structure could end up in that range and have a performance impact.

    Of course...
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    Re: 80.10 problems on ESXi 6.5

    Something like /boot/grub/menu.1st

    The red hat bug you posted says it needs to be enabled (which doesnít seem to be default for red hat). What I donít know is if the code to support it is there or...
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    Re: 80.10 problems on ESXi 6.5

    Did you try setting acpi_mcfg_max_pci_bus_num=on in your menu.1st file?
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