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Project website github.com/yast/yast-kdump
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Translation license GNU General Public License v2.0 only
Source code repository git@github.com:yast/yast-translations.git
Repository branch master
Last remote commit New POT for text domain 'bootloader'. 06912dc97a
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Weblate repository https://l10n.opensuse.org/git/yast-base/master/
Filemask po/kdump/*.po
Translation file Download po/kdump/de.po
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<p>On AMD64/Intel 64 computers, the <i>High</i> value means reserving all available memory. The <i>Low</i> value means reserving memory in the DMA32 zone, that is, all the memory up to the 4 GB mark.<br>
<i>Low</i> is the amount of memory required by 32-bit-only devices. The kernel will allocate 64M for DMA32 bounce buffers. If your server does not have any 32-bit-only devices, everything should work with the default allocation of 72M for <i>Low</i>. A possible exception to this is on NUMA machines, which may make it appear that more Low memory is needed. The Kdump kernel may be booted with numa=off to make sure normal kernel allocations do not use <i>Low</i> memory.
<p>Auf AMD64/Intel 64-Computern bedeutet der Wert <i>Hoch</i>, dass der gesamte verfügbare Arbeitsspeicher reserviert wird. Der Wert <i>Gering</i> bedeutet, dass der Arbeitsspeicher in der DMA32-Zone reserviert wird, also der gesamte Arbeitsspeicher bis zur 4 GB-Marke.<br>
<i>Gering</i> ist der Speicherplatz, der von Nur-32-Bit-Geräten benötigt wird. Der Kernel ordnet 64M für DMA32 Bounce-Puffer zu. Wenn Ihr Server über keine Nur-32-Bit-Geräte verfügt, sollte alles mit der Standardzuordnung von 72M für <i>Gering</i> funktionieren. Eine mögliche Ausnahme sind NUMA-Rechner, für die möglicherweise mehr Arbeitsspeicher vom Wert 'Gering' benötigt wird. Der Kdump-Kernel kann mit numa=off gebootet werden, um sicherzustellen, dass die normalen Kernel-Zuordnungen nicht den Arbeitsspeicher vom Wert <i>Gering</i> verwenden.
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Total 224 1,819 12,542
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