On Fri, Apr 25, 2003 at 01:16:33PM +0200, Pedro Cáliz wrote: > Your recommendation works fine till the systems reboots: > /proc/sys/kernel/shmmax has again the value 26458112. > > I've take a look in powertweak, and I can find two params. about shared > memory: > - kernel-shmall = 2 > - kernel/shmall = 2097152 > > Both entries sugest that, with some products installed like Oracle, you must > raise this values. Do you think I must do it? For some reason the powertweak package ships with a strange default value for this parameter. You've got two choices: deinstall (or not start) powertweak, or play with that setting so a value of ~32 MB is restored. (33554432 is 0x2000000) Peter -- Thought is limitation. Free your mind.
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