|Large SGA On Linux - Configure a shared memory file system (shmfs) to allow large SGA sizes on Linux.|
Rajib said...Good doc Tim.
Nicely written and very helpful.
Thanks for this.
Eder said...Really, very good.
bigsow said...is it possible for 32bit linux kernel PAE snd RH5?
polar fox said...on my ubuntu that fstab string works
shmfs /dev/shm tmpfs size=2g 0 0
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