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Re: Oracle on Linux
Thanks for details answer.
I had problem in compiling kernel (error was "too big system ofr bzImage"), therefore I wanted to avoid kernel compilation.
WIll try installing with default. System has 128 MB, default value is 32 MB for SHMMAX ...I think I can install for time being ...?
--- Anmol Khirbat <anmol@xxxxxxxxxxx>
>On Thu, 24 Aug 2000, Sk wrote:
>> According to Oracle docs,
>> I made the changes in files like shmparam.h and change few values like SHMMAX etc.
>> Is it necessary to reconfigure kernel after doing all this ?
>You need to compile the kernel and boot with the new kernel whenever you
>modify the source.
>Check out the Kernel-HOWTO and /usr/src/linux/README for more info.
>> Can I check value of SHMMAX, SEMMNI etc without opening the file shmparam.h or sem.h ?
>Run ipcs -l to find out these values.
>You can set SHMMAX on a running system thru /proc/sys/kernel/shmmax
>e.g. echo 4294967296 >/proc/sys/kernel/shmmax to set SHMMAX to 4 megs.
>(This can't be done in kernel 2.0)
>You can probably run Oracle with the default values. You could build the
>kernel later if you need to.
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