Subject Re: [IB-Architect] Re: Events Improvement
Author Andi Kleen
On Mon, May 07, 2001 at 09:51:28AM -0400, Jim Starkey wrote:
> In the original architecture (and, I believe, the current
> implementation) the event table is in System V shared memory.
> On most Unix systems, System V shared memory is implemented
> in non-paged (i.e. real) memory. To minimize the amount of

I'm pretty sure most/all modern unix systems page sysv shared memory
(linux, freebsd, solaris etc). They usually also offer various ways
to increase them, because most databases need shmem.