Mac memory hog
1) I'm overwhelmed with work but will try it out within the week.
2) Found the pfile, but there's not much there. Definitely nothing about memory management. But thanks.
3) I don't understand the first sentence. setting value + static. . .
4) I'm really not trying to complain. I would like mostly a walk-through of the GUI and an explanation of each step. For example, I can't seem to make sense of the "Total file size" line, percentage, the files copied. . . It looks like the percentage is getting close to 100 (100% of what?) and then the files copied "of" increases! And the blue progress bar. . . what is it really keeping track of? The total backup, the current files? The "total tile size" means. . . a chunk of files as far as I can tell, but it's really not clear.
When I edit the first plan, it always opens with all files unselected. . .doesn't remember selected files. But the second plan does. What exactly does "shrink database" do? Does Cloudberry keep a local database of the files on the remote storage? Or is it a database of files that need uploaded? I THINK CB is putting files together in a 'chunk' to upload, and that's what "chunk size" means, but I'm not sure. It isn't very clear what "Memory used" refers to. Is that real memory or disk space? From what I read in the Windows manual, this setting determines how much disk space is allowed for storage and after that it starts to eat up real memory. But that doesn't sound right.
I think some questions might be solved with the Windows manual, but the GUI doesn't seem to be similar. Are you sorry you asked?