[Carlos Henrique Reimer - Wed at 03:25:15PM -0300]
> I´m trying to tune a linux box with a 12 GB database and 4 GB RAM. First
> of all I would like to stop the swapping, so the shared_buffers and sort_mem
> were decreased but even so it started swapping two hours after DBMS started
> I would like to know some suggestions how to discover why is it swapping?
I agree with Tom Lane, nothing to worry about. Swapping is not a problem
per se, aggressive swapping is a problem. If you are absolutely sure you
want to ban all swapping, use "swapoff"?
I'd trust linux to handle swap/cache sensibly. Eventually, become involved
with kernel hacking ;-)
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