> Cant find info on this matter. Anyone care to enlighten me ? Referring
> to Solaris 2.6 and 7.
> Rocke Robertson
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shared memory is treated in the same way as any other memory by the
kernal (AFAIK) and can this be paged out. To circumvate this you can use
immutable shared memory which will be page out; Oracle can this to stop
the SGA getting paged in and out.