Re: cache buffer chains/where in code

There are no connects/disconnects at that time.

On Fri, Dec 11, 2009 at 2:16 AM, <Laimutis.Nedzinskas@xxxxxx> wrote:

> hehe, I concur.
> And by the same chance are there many connects and specially disconnects
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> By chance is this using UFS file system and not using directio
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> On Thu, Dec 10, 2009 at 11:45 AM, Christo Kutrovsky
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> > I traced down the problem to a Solaris 10 BUG. bug_id 6642475, has to do
> > with kernel locks when trying to allocate contiguous memory. The code is
> > inefficient, and the workaround is to disable it via echo
> > "pg_contig_disable/W 1" | mdb -kw.
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> > I hope this helps someone out there. I don't know in what release it is
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