On 06/25/2014 05:30 AM, John Klos wrote:
>> What value did it select for shared_buffers?  How much memory does a
>> high-end VAX have?  These days, we try to set shared_buffers = 128MB
>> if the platform will support it, but it's supposed to fall back to
>> smaller values if that doesn't work.  It will try allocating that much
>> though, at least for a moment, to see whether it can.
> A high end VAX, such as a 4000 Model 108, can have 512 megs (as can an
> 11/780, at least in theory), but most of the VAXen used here are
> VAXstations such as the 4000/60 or 4000/90, 90a or 96, which have either
> 104 megs or 128 megs.

  My VAX-7000 has 1.5GB. B-)


Dave McGuire, AK4HZ/3
New Kensington, PA

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