Total memory reported by the operating system not match the advertised memory of the M5 instance type

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Why does the total memory reported by the operating system not match the advertised memory of the M5 instance type?
Jul 31 in AWS by harsh
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In M5, portions of the total memory for an instance are reserved from use by the operating system including areas used by the virtual BIOS for things like ACPI tables and for devices like the virtual video RAM.
answered Jul 31 by Barbara

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