mrepo is a popular tool that can be used to mirror yum repositories for Red Hat Enterprise Linux and its derivatives like Oracle Linux, CentOS and Scientific Linux. This is a brief guide to installing mrepo on Oracle Linux 6 and connecting directly to the Unbreakable Linux Network (ULN) to mirror Oracle Linux packages.
Sun Cluster 3.2 has the following features and limitations:
Each process maps either 2^32 or 2^44 bytes of memory (depending on whether the OS is running in 32 or 64-bit mode). This works out to 4GB or 16TB. Not all of this memory is allocated (used); the virtual memory is used as address space that can be mapped to actual memory resources.
Virtual memory structure for a process can be described as in this diagram: