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On Unix, how can we calculate the shared memory currently being used by
the database instance.

Reason for this is that we have a limit to the size of shared memory
that can be configured for use by the database. eg., Linux 1.74 GB per
instance; Solaris 3.5 GB, etc...

TIA.

Dec 22 '05 #1
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ggnanaraj wrote:
On Unix, how can we calculate the shared memory currently being used by
the database instance.

Reason for this is that we have a limit to the size of shared memory
that can be configured for use by the database. eg., Linux 1.74 GB per
instance; Solaris 3.5 GB, etc...


Is the "db2mtrk" tool an option for you? It shows how much memory is being
used by DB2.

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Knut Stolze
DB2 Information Integration Development
IBM Germany
Dec 22 '05 #2

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