Enables/disables the use of huge memory pages. Valid values are
try (the default),
At present, this feature is supported only on Linux. The setting is ignored on other systems when set to
The use of huge pages results in smaller page tables and less CPU time spent on memory management, increasing performance. For more details, see linux-huge-pages.
huge_pages set to
try, the server will try to use huge pages, but fall back to using normal allocation if that fails. With
on, failure to use huge pages will prevent the server from starting up. With
off, huge pages will not be used.