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CONFIG_DEFAULT_MEM_SIZE: Maximal size of the default memory area

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The Linux kernel configuration item CONFIG_DEFAULT_MEM_SIZE:

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This is a fallback size of the default memory area, it is used when no physical memory size is passed through DTB or through boot parameter from bootloader.

It's also used for TASK_SIZE calculation in noMMU configuration.

If unsure, leave the default value here.

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