Memory moved to page file after "lock pages" policy set

Discussion in 'Windows 64bit' started by Michael Underwood, Feb 11, 2008.

  1. Hello. I am running Oracle on Windows 2003 x64. My server has 8 GB of
    memory and my database is configured to use a max 4 GB of RAM. I would like
    all that memory locked in physical memory and not moved out to the page file.
    I set the "Lock Pages in memory" policy for the user running the Oracle
    service. I've configured the server to use memory for system cache, and have
    set the "server optimization" setting on the file and printer sharing for
    microsoft networks to "maximize data throughput for network applications."

    Currently oracle.exe has approx 156 MB in physical memory and 3.3 GB in
    virtual memory. What gives? Is there another setting that I am missing?

    Thanks for any help anyone has.
    --
    Michael Underwood - Systems Administrator

    CFBMIC
    Centennial, CO
    Michael Underwood, Feb 11, 2008
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