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The dynamic_memory_info view shows a sum of the used and available dynamic memory for all segment instances on a segment host. Dynamic memory refers to the maximum amount of memory that Greenplum Database instance will allow the query processes of a single segment instance to consume before it starts cancelling processes. This limit, determined by the currently active resource management scheme (resource group-based or resource queue-based), is evaluated on a per-segment basis.
|ctime||timestamp(0) without time zone||Time this row was created in the segment_history table.|
|hostname||varchar(64)||Segment or master hostname associated with these system memory metrics.|
|dynamic_memory_used_mb||numeric||The amount of dynamic memory in MB allocated to query processes running on this segment.|
|dynamic_memory_available_mb||numeric||The amount of additional dynamic memory (in MB) available to the query processes running on this segment host. Note that this value is a sum of the available memory for all segments on a host. Even though this value reports available memory, it is possible that one or more segments on the host have exceeded their memory limit.|