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    SubjectRe: [Bugme-new] [Bug 11381] New: default shmmax
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    Andrew Morton wrote:
    > It would be useful to get distro input on this.  Do they override the
    > kernel default at boot time?  If so, what do they do?

    Debian and Ubuntu have a sysctl.conf that is processed at boot time, but it
    does not contain anything related to shm* by default.

    Suse has a sysctl.conf, but it is not processed at boot by default. You have
    to activate a special boot service in the runlevel system to make it actually
    run at boot. (Try explaining that to a PostgreSQL user.) There is nothing
    related to shm* in the default configuration.
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