How to Adjust Linux Out-Of-Memory Killer Settings for PostgreSQL

In a Linux world, whenever your database server crashes or gets terminated, you need to find its cause. There can be several reasons for this. It can be SIGSEGV, which is a crash due to some bug in the backend server, but this is the least likely reason. The most common reason is running out of disk space or running out of memory. If you are getting the “running out of space” error, the only solution is to clear some space and restart your database.

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