Parameter PHYS_MEMSIZE for Linux EM administration

Stephen.Martin at bmwmc.com Stephen.Martin at bmwmc.com
Mon Sep 9 18:55:59 MET DST 2002


Hi Frank,

Thanks, that explains what I wanted to know.




Stephen Martin
Senior System Administrator
Group Data Center Americas
Stephen.Martin at bmwmc.com

-----Original Message-----
From: Frank Schilling [mailto:frank.schilling at sap.com] 
Sent: Monday, September 09, 2002 10:45 AM
To: linux.general at listserv.sap.com
Subject: Re: Parameter PHYS_MEMSIZE for Linux EM administration

Hello Stephen,

if the PHYS_MEMSIZE parameter is not configured in the profiles,
then the result should be the same as setting PHYS_MEMSIZE to 100%:
all of the RAM available will be taken into account when
the memory parameter mentioned in note 386605 are calculated
by the program. 
Unfortunately without setting PHYS_MEMSIZE there may be some
confusion with respect to the default value. In this case
transaction RZ10 assures that the active value of
PHYS_MEMSIZE is equal to the default value (64mb).
However, this can be ignored, since the program will
calculate correctly based on total amount of RAM...

Greetings from SAP LinuxLab - Frank Schilling
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