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Wednesday August 24, 2005
06:09 PM

Sybase Notes

[ #26454 ]
Sybase on Linux needs different shared memory parameters..Define before installing:

sysctl -w kernel.shmmax=67108864

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  • Don't forget to put that into /etc/sysctl.conf or it'll stop working on the next reboot. Which is probably in 6 months time when the command has disappeared from you bash_history. :-)

    -Dom

  • Freebie from our operations wiki, if you're gonna do that on Solaris:

    Check available memory (physical) on the server

    # /usr/platform/sun4u/sbin/prtdiag -v | grep "Memory size"
    Memory size: 5120MB

    We make a decision to dedicate dedicate 4000MB for Sybase ASE and leave some 1GB plus for the OS for now. Next, we caluculate what will go in to the /etc/system file to be applied to the kernel at boot time 4000 * 1024 * 1024 = 4194304000 bytes. Next, we add this to the /etc/system file:

    # vi /etc/system
    set shmsys:s