scottl at freebsd.org
Sat Jan 31 09:49:04 PST 2004
Andy Hilker wrote:
>>Also, the scaling of kern.maxvnodes doesn't work very well. On a large
>>memory system, it will typically set this to 200,000-300,000. If you
>>don't need this many, then it is easier to just crank it down to a more
>>reasonable level than fiddle with the KMEM parameters.
> And what is reasonable level or how i determine it? :)
Look at what you are doing with your system. If you're serving a
high-traffic website with hundreds of thousands of files, you might not
want to lower the maxvnode limit. If you're only dealing with a small
working set of files that only spikes occasionally, lowering the limit
is probably a good thing.
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