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Re: Used Memory

From: "Christian Paul B(dot) Cosinas" <cpc(at)cybees(dot)com>
To: <pgsql-performance(at)postgresql(dot)org>
Subject: Re: Used Memory
Date: 2005-10-24 01:47:05
Message-ID: 02b501c5d83c$d6bf0f10$1e21100a@ghwk02002147 (view raw or flat)
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total                  used                 free                   shared
buffers               cached

Mem:                6192460            6137424            55036
0                      85952               5828844

-/+ buffers/cache:                       222628              5969832

Swap:               2096472            0                      2096472

 

 

Here is the result of "free" command" I am talking about.

What does this result mean?

 

I just noticed that as long as the free memory in the first row (which is
55036 as of now) became low, the slower is the response of the database
server.



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