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VMware Linux CentOS Cadence memory RAM limitation

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Alipoursaadaty

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Hi everyone,

I'm a IC desiner. I am using VMware Workstation to run CentOS and Cadence in its environment. I have promoted my PC memory Ram to 12 GB and allocate 9.7 GB to CentOS by VMware. However, when I open the Terminal in CentOS and run the "$ free -m" code in it, the memory info in CentOS is about 3GB.
How can I allocate maximum memory RAM of VMware (9.7 GB) to CentOS? In other words, How can I use maximum memory RAM allocated to CantOS by VMware?

I attached a 1.jpg1.jpg screenshot from my VMware and CentOS to this threat.

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Thanks for your reply

Yes, my system is 64bit. The OS (windows) on my computer is win 10 64bit. But, I'm running CentOS on VMware.

And I didn't understand your second question "What uname -a says?"?

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