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Questions tagged [numa]

NUMA refers to "Non-Uniform Memory Access", and is a technology for providing RAM that can be accessed faster by the local core or CPU than it can be by other cores present in the computer.

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NUMA configuration

We have clustered servers, each of which has 32 CPU cores and 512 GB memory. The cluster is home to 7 instances of SQL Server 2012 Standard Edition. With Standard Edition allowing a maximum of 64 ...
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SQL Server 2012; Incorrect PLE buffer manager value for NUMA server

We are receiving PLE alerts from SCOM for several instances. These instances are on hardware servers, and use NUMA nodes. SQL Server 2012 SP1 CU7 Enterprise Edition is installed. Memory is fixed and ...
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MySQL swaps on system with more than enough RAM

Om my new dual AMD EPYC 7401 24-Core (128G RAM) MySQL starts swapping even after a restart with no data in memory. NUMA # numactl --hardware available: 8 nodes (0-7) node 0 cpus: 0 1 2 3 4 5 48 49 ...
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Affinity Masking

One of the servers I'm responsible for now was set up under the wrong license so can only use 40 cores on the server. This has led to an imbalance in the NUMA node schedulers. I'm planning on using ...