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Spotlight on DB2 6.10 - User Guide

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Virtual Memory alarm

The Virtual Memory gauge in the Memory panel shows the total amount of swap space + RAM allocated to the machine you are diagnosing, and the amount of virtual memory currently in use.

If the total amount of virtual memory allocated to a UNIX host becomes full, the machine may halt all processes, or critical actions may be prevented from occurring. Running out of virtual memory may indicate a runaway process, or an under-configured machine.

The type of alarm that is activated is determined by the percentage of swap space currently in use.

See also:  Swap Files alarm

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