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Top Forums UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers vmstat question Post 16152 by htsubamoto on Tuesday 26th of February 2002 08:51:37 AM
Old 02-26-2002
vmstat question

Hello all,

I have the folowing question: I have an E450 with Solaris 2.6 running in a cluster environment. The primary node runs Oracle 8.1.5. My problem is: every time the Oracle Database is shutdown, the "w"colum in vmstat command jumps to "30". In man page for vmstat command, the "w" colum means "runnable but swapped". I can't imagine what that realy means. Does anyboy have an idea of what that realy means and why that hapens? This behavior started when we had a disk crash in the boot disk e=and we replaced it.

Thanks in advance

HTT
 

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SYNOPSIS
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o $connection -An Oracle connection identifier, returned by oci_connect(3), oci_pconnect(3), or oci_new_connect(3). o $client_info - User chosen string up to 64 bytes long. RETURN VALUES
Returns TRUE on success or FALSE on failure. EXAMPLES
Example #1 Setting the client information <?php $c = oci_connect('hr', 'welcome', 'localhost/XE'); // Record the client information oci_set_client_info($c, 'My Application Version 2'); // Code that causes a roundtrip, for example a query: $s = oci_parse($c, 'select * from dual'); oci_execute($s); oci_fetch_all($s, $res); sleep(30); ?> // While the script is running, the administrator can see the client // information: sqlplus system/welcome SQL> select client_info from v$session; NOTES
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