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Link: Linux Basics: How To Find Maximum Supported RAM By Your System

Mostly, you will find maximum supported RAM by your system from the BIOS, Product catalog, or manuals. Here is the simple, yet useful trick, to find out maximum supported RAM using Dmidecode without opening the system chassis or referring the BIOS, product catalogs.

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Linux Basics: How To Find Maximum Supported RAM By Your System (Unixmen)

Link: 10 ‘free’ Commands to Check Memory Usage in Linux

Linux is one of the most popular open source operating system and comes with huge set of commands. The most important and single way of determining the total available space of the physical memory and swap memory is by using “free” command.

The Linux “free” command gives information about total used and available space of physical memory and swap memory with buffers used by kernel in Linux/Unix like operating systems.

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10 ‘free’ Commands to Check Memory Usage in Linux (Tecmint)

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