PostgreSQL uses more memory on 6.1?
kometen at gmail.com
Tue May 23 14:05:18 PDT 2006
> > You need to adjust the shared memory segments allowed by the kernel; see
> > /usr/ports/databases/postgresql<your-version>-server/pkg-message-server
> > for what to add to your kernel config. Most likely, you forgot to move
> > over your kernel customizations to your new kernel...?
> Nope, I took care of that:
> Furthermore, neither of those files (or even my kernel config file) changed
> between the previous reboot and the one that installed 6.1. At any rate,
> the kern.ipc.shmmax is much, much greater than the 64MB that I'd been using
> before for shared_buffers (8192 buffers * 8 KB/buffer).
He probably meant the following kernel-settings:
Those are for my quad-opteron server with 8 GB RAM. Adjust
accordingly. Did you compile a custom-build-kernel or GENERIC?
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