[mythtv-users] ticket locking
kkuphal at gmail.com
Thu Jun 19 14:46:31 UTC 2008
On Thu, Jun 19, 2008 at 9:21 AM, Andrew Williams <andy at tensixtyone.com>
> 2008/6/19 Udo van den Heuvel <udovdh at xs4all.nl>:
> >> As many others have said, there is a difference between
> >> virtual (VSZ) and resident (RSS). This is not as simple as
> >> "swapped out" and "swapped in".
> > What does top report?
> > And even if there's not 400 megs in RAM, why does it get to big?
> > I still think it is not OK when a process starts at less than 10% grows
> > to 40% over time.
> The usage at the top of top reports total memory usage, including
> buffers and cache etc. In a idea world that should be close to 100% as
> possible with alot of memory in use as cache. My system is currently
> running at 787mb "In Use" with 560mb being used as cache.
Just his post above alone gives me enough to know that this discussion is a
1. He has yet to post his top numbers or any other benchmark of his "issue"
despite others here doing so
2. He *believes* there is a problem because a process grows in memory from
10% to 40% over time with no evidence other than that to base his claim on
I guess I should consider all the processes on my PC to be leaking memory
because they all pretty much do that. Just because he can't imagine why a
process would do that doesn't make it a bug.
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