I take that back. There actually is some paging going on. I ran sar -g 5 10 and when a request was made (totally about 10 DB queries) my pgout/s jumped to 5.8 and my ppgout/s jumped to 121.8. pgfree/s also jumped to 121.80.


----- Original Message ----- From: "Matt Casters" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
To: <pgsql-performance@postgresql.org>
Sent: Wednesday, January 19, 2005 3:57 AM
Subject: Re: [PERFORM] Swapping on Solaris

Kevin Schroeder wrote:
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 :-)

If you DO run into trouble after giving Postgres more RAM, use the vmstat command.
You can use this command like "vmstat 10". (ignore the first line)
Keep an eye on the "pi" and "po" parameters. (kilobytes paged in and out)


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