Oracle Coherence increasing Swap Utilization
Could you be more specific? This is a Ubuntu's
technical mailing list, so I'm assuming that you are using
Ubuntu to run Oracle Coherence, but to help you in a better way,
we need more information:
- What is Oracle Coherence in short?
- Oracle Coherence is developed in what? C, C++, Java, etc?
- Which version of Ubuntu are you using?
- Which kernel version are you using?
- Which is the current hardware configuration of your server, and
how much RAM do you dedicate to the swap file system?
- Can you start your Coherence processes and send to us the vmstat
output for 1 min? iostat, lsof, free -m would be nice too
On 05/03/2012 02:30 PM, Akash Jain wrote:
We are using Oracle Coherence on linux servers.
However, we noticed that because of Coherence processes running,
often our swap utilization % increases too much, sometimes
becoming more than 98%, even touched 100% a few times.
Once we kill all the coherence related processes, then it becomes
Is there any way we can make coherence processes to only use a
particular size of Swap space ?
Currently increasing swap space is not in our scope.
Marcos Luis Ortíz Valmaseda (@marcosluis2186)
Data Engineer at UCI
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