How to increase a process address space ?

How to increase a process address space ?

Post by ME » Fri, 30 Jan 1998 04:00:00



To run a database server I need to increase the process address space
(on a Sun SS20/ Solaris 2.4 / 32Mb phys.mem / 95Mb free swap space)

The customers support told me to set those systems parameters :

Quote:> >HVMMLIM =0x7FFFFFFF
> >SVMMLIM =0x7FFFFFFF

SVMMLIM =0x7FFFFFFF

But they don't know how to do this? and I wonder if such parameters
exists un Solaris2.4

( I've tried a " set HVMMLIM =0x7FFFFFFF" in the /etc/system file ,
unsuccessfully ..)

Help me , please..

 
 
 

How to increase a process address space ?

Post by R!ch » Fri, 30 Jan 1998 04:00:00



> To run a database server I need to increase the process address space
> (on a Sun SS20/ Solaris 2.4 / 32Mb phys.mem / 95Mb free swap space)

If I understand the question correctly, you might want to get some
more memory: 32 MB is a little bit small for a database server!
For example, I've got 128 MB on my home machine (slight overkill,
I know!) which is also an SS20...

At the very least, you might need some more swap.

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How to increase a process address space ?

Post by ME » Sat, 31 Jan 1998 04:00:00




>> To run a database server I need to increase the process address space
>> (on a Sun SS20/ Solaris 2.4 / 32Mb phys.mem / 95Mb free swap space)

>If I understand the question correctly, you might want to get some
>more memory: 32 MB is a little bit small for a database server!
>For example, I've got 128 MB on my home machine (slight overkill,
>I know!) which is also an SS20...

>At the very least, you might need some more swap.

No, there is enough memory , I have 95Mb free swap memory,
and my database server run fine on a Sun SS2 (same configuration: OS,
memory,free swap space and kernel parameters), but it crashes on a Sun
SS20.
 
 
 

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I have no idea about the single address space.. and multi address
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these terms are uttered frequently ..

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Please let me know these..

thank you for answering beforehand. ..

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