vm: kvm_free max_wired
grarpamp at gmail.com
Tue Oct 20 02:09:52 UTC 2009
Is this telling me I should be able to set kmem_size to around
740MiB before the kernel panics during boot? Any runtime issues
with doing that?
# sysctl hw.physmem hw.realmem vm.kvm_size vm.kvm_free vm.kmem_size
# sysctl -d hw.physmem vm.kvm_size vm.kvm_free vm.kmem_size
vm.kvm_size: Size of KVM
vm.kvm_free: Amount of KVM free
vm.kmem_size: Size of kernel memory
This doesn't seem to autosize. Is that expected?
Should one care about this sysctl?
vm.max_wired: System-wide limit to wired page count
83211*4096/2^20 = ~325
Also, these are obviously broken / curious:
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