We have update a new dedicated server to a Quad-System
using 8GB RAM , but because we are using the same boot disk
to avoid reinstall of OS and backups, the system only sees 3GB RAM
as its using 32bit Kernel.
We have request the hosting company to try to install PAE Kernel,
so it could access more RAM and they did, but when trying to boot the machine,
it does not boot, and because they donīt do any management,
its up to us to see what can be wrong (compatible issues, etc).
So we need someone experience with Linux, to trace this issue and try to
put the PAE Kernel to work. Paying will be done thru Paypal
at the end of the job, and our quote for this is $10.
There is probably going to be a hardware compatability issue with the PAE kernel you are using.
You will need to either compile & load into the ramdisk any necesarry drivers for your Disk/RAID controller for this PAE kernel, or you could build a new kernel from source which includes newer drivers.
If you can increase your budget to something reasonable, someone will be able to help you. There are no easy guides you can just follow for this kind of issue, each server is different.