We are using Redhat 6.3 with 30G RAM to host our Postgres server. The (default) shmmax value is 68,719,476,736 In some forums I have read that having an shmmax value larger than the RAM causes ...
PostgreSQL server failed to start: request for a shared memory segment exceeded your kernel's SHMMAX parameter
I increased PostgreSQL's shared buffer (among other settings) to 4096M and now PostgreSQL fails to start, giving the error message below. Should I change the kernel's SHMMAX parameter to 4096M? The ...
I've used the documentation from PostgreSQL to set it for example this config: >>> cat /proc/meminfo MemTotal: 16345480 kB MemFree: 1770128 kB Buffers: 382184 kB ...
I've read just about everything there is online about improving postgres performance, but the "right" values for SHMMAX and SHMALL still elude me. The consensus seems to be SHMMAX = total_memory/4 ...
We are running RHEL 4 Update 6 and I am going through an Oracle installation. As per the Oracle Installation Guide I am trying to update the shmmax value. As per the guide I have added the following ...
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