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2538945 - Why is an ASE server allocated multiple memory chunks of shared memory? - SAP ASE

Symptom

We could see memory is getting allocated at host level into multiple chunks.
For this one database server, We could see 4 memory chunks in "ipcs -a |grep -i sybase" command output .

$ ipcs -a |grep -i 'sybase'
m 117 0xe126a0b6 --rw------- sybase sybase sybase sybase 1 288571392 27134 27134 14:24:58 no-entry 14:24:58
m 116 0xe126a0b5 --rw------- sybase sybase sybase sybase 1 268435456 27134 27134 14:24:58 no-entry 14:24:58
m 115 0xe126a0b4 --rw------- sybase sybase sybase sybase 1 268435456 27134 27134 14:24:58 no-entry 14:24:58
m 114 0xe126a0ae --rw------- sybase sybase sybase sybase 1 7563165696 27134 27134 14:24:43 no-entry 14:24:42


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Environment

ASE 15.7 SP136 for Solaris

Product

SAP Adaptive Server Enterprise 15.7

Keywords

sp_configure, "allocate max shared memory" , KBA , BC-SYB-ASE , Sybase ASE Database Platform (non Business Suite) , Problem

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