lower-memory-usage-exit (AIX only)
Identifies the exit program/script to run when the server memory usage drops below the percentage defined in the lower-memory-usage-threshold server attribute. This program/script defines the action to take when the server recovers from a memory constrained situation.
Lower memory usage exit
The path and name of the exit program/script to run when the server memory usage drops below the value defined with the lower-memory-usage-threshold server attribute.
No default value
- The lower-memory-usage-exit server attribute values allow
substitution of various things in the generated command to run the
exit program. This way the exit program can be more sophisticated,
and it can include conditional logic based on the values of passed
arguments. If any of these strings are found in the exit attribute
value, the specified data is substituted for it in the general command:
- Server name
- Threshold value (value of lower-memory-usage-threshold attribute)
For example, if the exit attribute has a value of
memprob %sin server
pumbaa, when the server invokes the memory usage exit, it passes
pumbaaas the first argument.
- If either lower-memory-usage-exit or lower-memory-usage-threshold are empty, no lower-memory-usage-exit processing is done.