BUG: Solaris, memory, have to wait between shutdown and startup

Found it finally:

https://support.oracle.com/CSP/main/article?cmd=show&type=NOT&doctype=PROBLEM&id=790205.1

UNABLE TO START INSTANCE WITH LARGE SGA ORA-27102 SVR4 ERROR: 22: INVALID ARGUMENT [ID 790205.1]\

https://support.oracle.com/epmos/faces/ui/km/DocumentDisplay.jspx?_afrLoop=1644977629090275&id=460424.1&_afrWindowMode=0&_adf.ctrl-state=cw8egzrhl_391

Solaris 10 memory management conflicts with Automatic PGA Memory Management [ID 460424.1]

Citation (this is what I do):
“…Sleep 5 minutes between the shutdown abort and startup (this doesn’t always work) …”

Workaround: “…Essentially the /etc/system settings disable Large Page Out Of Box (LPOOB) support which was enabled by default with Solaris 10…”

One more:
“Solaris 10 memory management conflicts with Automatic PGA Memory Management [ID 460424.1]”

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One Response to BUG: Solaris, memory, have to wait between shutdown and startup

  1. Noons says:

    Yegawds! It really gives one a great sense of confidence when using Solaris – an Oracle OS – one has to turn off largepage support in order to speed-up shutdown and start-up…
    Unbelievable! Give me Aix or Linux any day…

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