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Re: Autotuning of kern.ipc.shmmaxpgs
Joerg Sonnenberger <joerg%britannica.bec.de@localhost> wrote:
> currently the maximum size of SysV shared memory is limited by a static
> MD limit. The attached patch allows platforms to not specify such a
> limit. If the kernel config doesn't specify one either, the kernel will
> compute a limit on startup based on physmem. Platforms with limited KVA
> can also set SHMMAX_AUTO_LIMIT, which places an upper boundary on the
> auto-tuned value.
- I tend to think that removing MD definitions of SHMMAXPGS (or SHMMAX)
would be the right thing to do.
- Why do you think KVA is the issue here?
- SHMMNI would also need tuning. Unlike SHMMAX, it has a direct effect to
the memory consumption.
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