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RE: attempting to increase SHMMAX



actually that figure is 128 thousand kilobytes, which should be close
enough. To figure the actual value for 128MB, take 128 * 1024 (kilobytes in
a meg) * 1024 (bytes in a Kbyte)
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> From: 	Natesa Sabapathy[SMTP:natesa@bellglobal.com]
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> Sent: 	Wednesday, May 31, 2000 8:24 AM
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> Subject: 	Re: attempting to increase SHMMAX
> 
> Hi Wes,
> 
> How do you arrive at 131072000 for 128 MB ?
> 
> Thanks
> W Bauske wrote:
> 
> > Christina Clark wrote:
> > >
> > > Greetings,
> > >
> > > I am setting up an Oracle 8i Server on Intel RedHat 6.2 (kernel
> > > 2.2.14-5.0).
> > >
> > > I am very happy with the way the kernel is behaving and only want to
> > > increase SHMMAX from 32 megs to 128 megs (half my physical memory).
> > >
> >
> > There is a variable at /proc/sys/kernel/shmmax
> > that you can use to change the running kernel's shmmax value.
> > just use "echo 131072000 >  /proc/sys/kernel/shmmax" at the
> > command line or in your rc.local script at boot.
> >
> > Wes
> >
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