ryba at kompakt.pl
Mon Apr 28 01:54:58 PDT 2003
In man tuning(7) we read, that swap size should be about 2x main memmory size.
Why swap size should be so big? Isn't swap size equal to main memmory size
Ok, if we have a very large amount (and total size) of processes, then larger
swap could be desired. But i'm afraid we would end-up having swap-machine not
Also swap size has no impact on system tables sizes. Assuming we have MAXUSERS
set to 0 (auto-scale), the value is calculated only by ammount of physical
memmory size (and of course page size, but i assume it's constant).
Shouldn't the section in man tuning(7) about swap size be changed, or am i
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