Kevin Schroeder wrote:

Ignoring the fact that the sort and vacuum numbers are really high, this is what Solaris shows me when running top:

Memory: 2048M real, 1376M free, 491M swap in use, 2955M swap free

Maybe check the swap usage with 'swap -l' which reports reliably if any
(device or file) swap is actually used.

I think Solaris 'top' does some strange accounting to calculate the
'swap in use' value (like including used memory).

It looks to me like you are using no (device or file) swap at all, and
have 1.3G of real memory free, so could in fact give Postgres more of it :-)



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