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How to prevent the more PAGE INs ( 83 to 107 /sec. )

Hi friends,

we are observing that <b>more no of page in s</b> a happening ( 107 /s) in Central Instance.and page outs are 0.

how to tune the situation.

Thank u.

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    Posted on Dec 04, 2007 at 08:50 AM

    Hi Siva,

    to prevent page ins, you have to reduce the foot print of your application. But normally you should try to prevent page outs instead of page ins. Page ins does not necessarily means that your system has a problem. Page ins also happen when the OS has thrown away a page of a shared library which then an application needs again. Therefore no page out is necessary because the libraries were blocked as long as they are in use. The OS just load the page from the library. This is than added to the page in operations.

    Again, as long as you see no page outs, I would let the system run as it is.

    Regards

    Ralph

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    Posted on Dec 04, 2007 at 03:55 PM

    if talking about paging you should tell us also the platform you are talking about.

    we are running different memory implementations on different platforms.

    regards

    Peter

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