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Hi Solaris Folks :),
I need to calculate the swap usage on solaris server, please let me understand the output of below swap -s and swap -l commands.
total: 1774912k bytes allocated + 240616k reserved = 2015528k used, 14542512k available
swapfile dev swaplo... (6 Replies)
Discussion started by: seenuvasan1985
Can somebody please help here, since iam just a beginner.
According to my book knowledge.
the Avalilable memory calculated by swap -l (includes only swap) should be small as compared to swap -s value(includes Virtual memory=swap +physical).
but this is quite opposite in my case.
swap... (6 Replies)
Discussion started by: Laxxi
3. Red Hat
I have added a new disk to production server. How to make it visible to os and how to configure it. I also want to add some space from that disk to swap space. Please help me out. (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: chetansingh23
I have an integrity machine rx7620 and rx8640 running hp-ux 11.31. I'm planning to fine tune the system:
- I would like to know when does the memory swap space spill over to the device swap space?
- And how much % of memory swap utilization should be specified (swap space device... (6 Replies)
Discussion started by: lamoul
5. Red Hat
free -m : 1023 total swap space
created default partition /dev/sdb1 50M using fdisk. i did write the changes.
free -m : 1078 total swap space
this shows that the swap is on
Question : i did not change the type LINUX SWAP (82) in fdisk.
so why is... (5 Replies)
Discussion started by: dplinux
I have a HP-UX B.11.23 server with 16 gb of memory 84 gb of swap configured. I am being pushed to define more swap to try and get more Tuxedo domains to start. At what point do we have too much swap for the amount of memory? Thanks in advance. (11 Replies)
Discussion started by: scotbuff
When i try to type swap -l ,nothing come out but blinking.
May i know what is the problem and solutions ?
thanks (6 Replies)
Discussion started by: Farbegas
I have a problem with a partition (P570). A user's process take all the memory, and the swap. So the partition shutdown.
How can I limit a process to not take all the swap ?
(4 Go of memroy, 1 Go of swap)
thank you (2 Replies)
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Is it really so that if swap will be located in the begining of hard drive, than it will work faster? (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: Ty3
10. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
When i re-updated my system i set my swap at 500 MB. I have 256 in ram and have never even gone into the 250 mb of swap that i had originally configured. How do I reduce the swap? (3 Replies)
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