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Entry  31 Mar 2022, Stefan Ritt, Suggestion, Maximum ODB size 
    Reply  04 Apr 2022, Konstantin Olchanski, Suggestion, Maximum ODB size 
Message ID: 2380     Entry time: 31 Mar 2022     Reply to this: 2381
Author: Stefan Ritt 
Topic: Suggestion 
Subject: Maximum ODB size 
Anybody some idea what the maximum ODB size can be? In the old days, the linux 
kernels had a severe limit on shared memory of usually 8MB, but in the age of 
64GB RAM being a standard, we should be able to grow bigger. Tried

odbinit -s 1024MB --cleanup

which went through without complain, even put that value in to .ODB_SIZE.TXT, but 
when I started odbedit doing "mem", I only see a size of 1MB. Probably somewhere 
deep inside we have a limit which prevents the user to create very large ODBs, 
but this should be mentioned more prominently in odbinit. Like "size too large, 
maximum allowd is xxx MB".

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