When used in the context of databases, memory refers to RAM directly addressable by the CPU as opposed to going through the I/O subsystem.

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Memory Issue - SQL Server 2008r2

I am trying to troubleshoot a memory issue on a 2008r2 instance. Very high resource semaphore waits are present and a general slowdown of queries,backups,dbcc checks. Only one instance of SQL Server ...
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Oracle monitor tool [on hold]

Our Oracle server continues with out of memory problem, and we don't have an Oracle DBA in our team. Is there any Oracle monitor tool or ways to find the reason? We have a lot of stored procedure ...
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MySQL Memory & max_connections Performance Tuning

So, our site runs WordPress and in the past few days we have been getting tons of spam comments etc. I believe that we are becoming the victims of some kind of bot army that has been crashing our ...
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MySQL RDS Instance eating up memory and swapping

I have an issue with memory on a RDS instance which is of db.m2.4xlarge class. Below are the specifications of the RDS instance Instance Class: db.m2.4xlarge ( 68.4 GB of RAM ) Engine: ...
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MySQL: What are the pros and cons of running with engine=Memory vs on a memory-mapped filesystem?

What is the difference (in terms of read and write perf, alter tables, backup and recoverability and consistency) of running a MySQL database on a memory-mapped filesystem vs with ENGINE=MEMORY
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MySQL 5.6.17 running out of memory when opening table with many partitions

We are currently setting up a MySQL database (version 5.6.17) on an Amazon db.m1.large RDS instance for storing time series data. Each time series property of an object is stored in a separate InnoDB ...
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Wordpress blog where pages are almost-always served from cache: SSD or more RAM?

I am working on the design of a Wordpress blog which when finished will almost-always serve pages from disk cache and this is because all posts will be published in batch and then cached, with at ...
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Redis takes up all the Memory and Crashes

A redis server v2.8.4 is running on a Ubuntu 14.04 VPS with 8 GB RAM and 16 GB swap space (on SSDs). However htop shows that redis alone is taking up 22.4 G of memory! redis-server eventually crashed ...
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Large table with historical data allocates too much of SQL Server 2008 Std. memory - performance loss for other databases

Based on this question and the answers given: SQL 2008 Server - performance loss possibly connected with a very large table I have discovered memory allocation problem with SQL Server 2008. ...
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What should I consider before I upgrade my SQL Server memory? [closed]

I want to upgrade the memory in my SQL Server. What should I check first? Version: SQL Server 2012 64-bit Standard edition
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SQL Server 2008 R2 memory issue

I have read many posts regarding the memory but still its not clear. I have dedicated server SQL Server 2008 R2 with Windows 2008 R2, 32 GB RAM, 2 6 core processor and a database of around 60 GB on ...
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SQL Server 2012: NUMA node shown as offline without special affinity settings

My main production server has four NUMA nodes with two SQL Server 2012 instances on it. One of the instances has the CPU affinity set to use only one NUMA node, and sys.dm_os_nodes reflects that ...
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What is a construct in Oracle?

I'm currently studying Oracle Architecture and Database Memory Structures. I'm a newbie in the subject and I just read that a "Shared Pool" is "a data structure that caches various constructs that can ...
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MongoDB page faults even when all data is in resident in RAM

I have made a sample app that emulates what my real one does. It simply iterates over all documents of a specific collection over and over. I start mongo (as a windows service) and mongostat shows ...
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When should I NOT set the Maximum Server Memory option in SQL Server?

In SQL Server, I normally set the Maximum Server Memory setting to one of the popular best practices, such as leaving 10% or 4GB, whichever is higher. ...
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What to do with unused RAM on a MySQL database server?

For years I have been running dedicated servers with more or less limited ressources, resulting in unsatisfying performance of the web application (Drupal). Tools like Matthew Montgomery's MySQL ...
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Understanding pagefile.sys % Usage performance monitor (perfmon) counter correctly

Lately we run into performance inssues and I started tracking some recommended sql, memory, disk and cpu counters. I informed myself about the recommended values and numbers to look at. One of the ...
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Postgres resource management

I'm consolidating multiple Linux boxes running Postgres into one box. Given the way Postgres handles resource utilization, would one single server service handling all the databases provide a much ...
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Could 'Maximum Server Memory' be too low for large batched delete with captured output?

I'm trying to improve the performance of a SQL server database backup program that will create a new database to hold one years worth of report records, delete report records out of the main database, ...
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MonetDB ODBC driver memory allocation error on Windows

The driver is the latest from a month ago: 2014-SP2: 11.17.17, 64-bit. Windows is Server 2012. I have limited options to test whether earlier versions of the driver would work or this version works ...
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pgAdmin goes “out of memory” with large queries

I am trying to run query with results stored in file from PostgreSQL. Now I am trying to use pgAdmin for this task: running query to file option. Problem starts with large queries. When I try running ...
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SQL Server 2012 Unable to Utilize Defined Amount of Locks

So I've been beating my head against the wall for two days about this and I can't find a solution. I'm running a script to stage a large amount of data. This script requires roughly 35 million locks ...
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sql server instance using only a few 100mb. Well below the minimum server memory setting

I've got two sql server instances running on ms sql 2012 on a server with 32gb of RAM and running little else. One instance is behaving normally and its working set memory is running close to its ...
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Recommendation for mysql please :MySQLTuner [closed]

>> MySQLTuner 1.3.0 - Major Hayden <major@mhtx.net> >> Bug reports, feature requests, and downloads at http://mysqltuner.com/ >> Run with '--help' for additional options ...
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PostgreSQL replication with fsync disabled?

I need to run PostgreSQL in-memory (for performance reasons), so I intend to disable fsync, which means that no writes will be sent to the WAL. However, as part of my scheme to meet another ...
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Recurring Memory Issues

We have a Windows Server 2008R2 server with 32GB or RAM running SQL Server 2008R2, along with an IIS server. The machine is also used as a backup server. The problem is, periodically (every week or ...
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Seeking help to test a use case on sql server memory

This is a question which came out of curiosity to know of how sql server handles memory. Assume I set a very low value for max server memory and I increase my workload like running dbcc checkdb, ...
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Set max memory lower than minimal

I dont know the best way to fix that, but for lucky now I am using one Transactional Replication Repository server, please someone can save me? The main server is down beacuse I set the max memory to ...
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MySQL server taking up 100% CPU

I'm managing a site that does streaming video, the site is running off: Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU E31220 @ 3.10GHz 16 GB RAM 2 x 2TB RAID1 1gbit unmetered bandwidth is not an issue as the ...
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Mongo takes too much memory when insert data

I'm using mongo as a database log. I store on it all the logs of an application, so I have a high rate of inserts, for example 100 inserts per second. To accomplish that I developed a part of the ...
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mariadb out of memory crash

I have recently migrated from mysql (5.5.36 MySQL Community Server (GPL)) to MariaDB (10.0.10-MariaDB-1~wheezy), along with switching my cloud hosting provider. Both machines have 2GB RAM and 1GB ...
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Oracle Automatic Memory Management - SGA_MAX_SIZE

When using Automatic Memory Management, what value should SGA_MAX_SIZE be? Should it be 0? These are my current settings, and I'm unsure whether to leave SGA_MAX_SIZE or set it to 0. ...
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Do Inactive MySQL Databases Consume Memory?

I have inactive databases that are on the server just for archive purposes. I know I can do mysqldump for all of them, but I am not 100% sure they are inactive. When I started my system I didn't ...
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Adding new tables — memory usage increases

I added more tables to my mysql server. 20% increase in tables that are all innodb. I have 200 + databases that use the same schema. Does adding more tables increase memory usage? I am using about ...
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MariaDB Galera setup with drastically different amounts of memory used on cluster nodes - why?

We have a 3 node MariaDB Galera cluster. All nodes are identical and the config on each is identical. They have 64GB of RAM each. The output of the following query is 28: SELECT ...
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Postgres memory usage too low

I have a 400GB Postgres 9.3.4 DB running on Fedora20, and a few indices per table. I have upped shared buffers to 4GB (the system has 16GB available), set shm in the kernel and set the ...
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MySQL not releasing memory

MySQL seems to want to keep an entire table in cache (table size = ~20GB) after any large inserts or select statements are performed on it. Right now my innodb buffer pool is 20GB. Total RAM is 32GB. ...
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sqlsrvr.exe is not using all memory

I have no clue what to set up more. I tried a lot. My Problem is that on my test Server everything is runing perfectly see but on my production Server its not! see I found this on my ...
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Assign maximum memory limit for a particular database in sql server

In my SQL-Server instance, there are many databases. I want to restrict the memory size of each database (for example 8 GB). When I tried using Resource Governor, there are options like ...
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Running MongoDB and SQL Server on the same host- memory pressure

We have a new application that is making use of both traditional MS SQL and MongoDB for data storage. We're running both instances on the same Windows 2008R2 x64 machine, with 64GB RAM. There have ...
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Memory Allocation in Shared DB & IIS Environment

In my use case, we have production servers that host both IIS & SQL on the same machine, not ideal but no flexibility to change that. Basically a single machine is both a DB and an Application ...
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MySQL runs out of memory when importing innodb database

I have a small VPS with 512MB RAM and no swap (can't have any). I am importing a 1.5GB innodb database with mysql -u -p < database.sql Before the operation can finish it says : Lost connection ...
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SQL Server Memory Issues

We have a SQL server that appears to be leaking memory. Memory consumption linearly increases over time until the server is completely out of memory, causing major performance issues. The SQL server ...
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Is there a way to enable MariaDB MEMORY storage engine for every table?

I am new to MariaDB and interested in using it because I want to use MEMORY storage engine for every table. I read MEMORY storage engine on mariadb.com and it seems like I had to specify storage ...
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Why is an entire index that is infrequently used stored in the buffer pool?

I have been looking at the memory usage of a server and noticed something odd when drilling into the details. One index is eating up ~15GB of the buffer pool. That happens to be the size of the entire ...
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mongodb memory leak or big collection?

mongo 2.4.6 x64 RAM 24 GB With normal work memory consume around 10GB. After that we started read data from db (create archive raw data) memory consuming up to 90% of all memory trough 5day. And go ...
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How long will a temporary MEMORY table persist if I don't drop it (MySQL)

I'm using a recursive stored procedure in MySQL to generate a temporary table called id_list, but I must use the results of that procedure in a follow up select query, so I can't DROP the temporary ...
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How to avoid hitting the memory ceiling with temporary table?

I running a MySql DB at a webhosting company. The size limit of a schema/DB is set to 100Mb. I'm using temporary tables in my query like: CREATE TEMPORARY TABLE t_foo SELECT * FROM Foo INNER JOIN ...
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Advice to set minimum preferable value for MEMORY_TARGET

I have a server having 90GB of RAM. I have set MEMORY_TARGET to 60GB, because OEM showed me the following graph: Which tells that, if you set the parameter to the value of 60GB, the performance ...
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The memory usage of SQL Server keeps growing

We have a production SQL Server 2008r2 x64. 16GB RAM and this server is used by the application (hosted) and SQL Server. The max memory setting = 6GB The min memory setting = 128MB. There are ~25k ...