Donncha O Caoimh writes:
> Examing the output from "top" on a Sun box I noticed that all the swap
> space on it was being used..
> "Memory: 512M real, 8104K free, 512M swap in use"
>> I know Solaris likes swap but using all of the swap when the box isn't
> even busy? (there are only 15 httpd processes running..)
/bin/df -k /tmp. Check /tmp for huge (temp) files. And give the old
tmpfs(7fs) man page a read :)
> Does Solaris still leak memory like the Apache httpd.conf says? I could
> boost max_requests up a bit if I was sure it was safe to do so..
This comment may be slightly out of date. In any case, the installed
patch cluster may fix this (or not :)
> Does anyone know the Solaris equivalent of the "free" command that'll
> list something like this:
> total used free shared buffers
> Mem: 257028 252472 4556 31856 74208
> -/+ buffers/cache: 72056 184972
> Swap: 128484 3856 124628
Nope, unfortunately. But you could try sdtprocess and do the maths :)
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