You can do this in /etc/system
XXXXX is number of pages. Depending on architecture involved
this can be 4 or 8K...
Check your new settings with adb (man for the specifics)
adb -k /dev/ksyms /dev/mem
Be warned that doing this can cause the system to behave badly since
many other kernel variables depend on physmem.
> IIRC you can reset physmem to a artificially lower amount
> of memory than is actually on the host... Sorry that I can't
> remember how it is done... any performance/benchmarker experts
> out there???
> > Hi all,
> > We recently bought a Sun E250 Server and it has about 2 Gig ram. For
> > performance evaluation purposes, I need to reduce the ram to half (1
> > Gig) and run our internal bench mark tests. Can any one suggest me how
> > to physically remove ram from the Server and put it back? Is there any
> > other option? Also, how much swap space should I allocate? Right now
> > this machine has about 256MB swap, but I dont think its being used.
> > Thanks a lot for your input
> > Kris--
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