I am in a company that is a fan of Couchbase ( Version 1.8.x). Our Couchbase servers always has RAM around 48 GB. Couchbase Total Allocated is 39 GB. Couchbase In Use around ~ 15-29GB . Note ...
I have a server where I run worker processes that mmap serveral rather big read-only "dictionary" files (~8GB total). Tests showed that they actively access only around ~1GB worth of the pages in ...
I read about Linux and cachd memory at linuxatemyram but there is something that doesn't make sense to me, if the server have even a low load, instead of freeing some cached memory it starts using ...
I've set swappiness on my DB server to zero, but during a large sort operation the swap space used grew even as the cache was still using a lot of memory, and then cache grew but swap was left alone. ...
This question topically touched on this, but running on 64-bit Linux, I have a set of data caching JVMs as well as wanting a large web cache. Each cache today is configured to in gross fit in system ...