The Swappiness Parameter in Linux
The swappiness parameter controls how often the Linux kernel to move processes out of physical memory and onto the swap disk. Because disks are much slower than RAM, this can lead to slower response times for system and applications if processes are too aggressively moved out of memory.
For best AppDynamics performance, the recommended value is "1".
To configure swappiness
1. Check the current value for swappiness.
2. Configure the swappiness parameter.
Edit the /etc/sysctl.conf file and add following line: