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memfs: no space left

mobidyc
Trusted Contributor

memfs: no space left

Hello,

how can i mount more than 10G of MemFs on 11iv2 ?

#> mkdir /mnt/test1 /mnt/test2
root@hp1c16h2:/usr# mount -F memfs -o size=10G /mnt/test1
root@hp1c16h2:/usr# mount -F memfs -o size=10G /mnt/test2
mount: on /mnt/test2 : No space left on device
root@hp1c16h2:/usr# kmeminfo
[..snip..]
Physical memory usage summary (in page/byte/percent):

Physical memory = 41876211 159.7g 100%
Free memory = 35879472 136.9g 86%

root@hp1c16h2:/usr# kctune maxdsiz_64bit
Tunable Value Expression Changes
maxdsiz_64bit 34359738368 34359738368 Immed

thanks for your help.

Cheers,
Cedrick Gaillard
Best regards, Cedrick Gaillard
3 REPLIES
Suraj K Sankari
Honored Contributor

Re: memfs: no space left

Hi,
Your physical memory is 100% using.
post
swapinfo -tam

Suraj
mobidyc
Trusted Contributor

Re: memfs: no space left

Hello,

as I posted above, Physical memory is not 86% free.

kmeminfo output:
Physical memory = 41876211 159.7g 100%
Free memory = 35879472 136.9g 86%

Why do you write about swapinfo?
swpinfo does not reflect the physical memory anymore.
for more information about swapinfo and physmem see: http://www.chapelhill.homeip.net/horton/copies/MemoryUsage-HPUX.htm

is there a link between Memfs, swap and pseudo memory ?

Cheers,
Cedrick Gaillard
Best regards, Cedrick Gaillard
mobidyc
Trusted Contributor

Re: memfs: no space left

Physical memory is not^W^W^W 86% free.
Best regards, Cedrick Gaillard