Thanks, at the elasticsearch documentation it doesn't say it's for
There is an option to use mlockallhttp://opengroup.org/onlinepubs/007908799/xsh/mlockall.htmlto try and lock the process address space so it won’t be swapped. For this
to work, the bootstrap.mlockall should be set to true and it is recommended
to set both the min and max memory allocation to be the same.
In order to see if this works or not, set the common.jna logging to DEBUG
level. A solution to “Unknown mlockall error 0” can be to set ulimit -l
Note, this is experimental feature, and might cause the JVM or shell
session to exit if failing to allocate the memory (because not enough
memory is available on the machine).
On Thursday, April 4, 2013 10:05:49 PM UTC+3, Jörg Prante wrote:
There is no mlockall() call in WIndows. It's UNIX/Linux only.
Am 04.04.13 18:40, schrieb Ophir Michaeli:
Windows server 2008 R2, 64bit.
How do I check if my OS / security subsystem allows
loading of shared libraries from the file system I installed ES on?
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