[mythtv-users] `Mythbackend leaks memory` continued
belcampo at zonnet.nl
Wed Jun 25 08:46:08 UTC 2008
Udo van den Heuvel wrote:
> Ray Lischner wrote:
>> On Tuesday 24 June 2008 11:12 pm, Udo van den Heuvel wrote:
>>> # cat /home/udo/psmyth.txt
>>> USER PID %CPU %MEM VSZ RSS TTY STAT START TIME
>>> root 4203 7.2 9.1 393468 88688 ? Ssl 16:34 4:27
>>> root 4203 5.2 11.8 443152 115084 ? Ssl Jun23 39:17
>>> root 4203 5.7 12.6 451428 122892 ? Ssl Jun23 126:25
>>> (I removed the command line for readability)
>>> One ps ran shortly after sytartup, next was the next morning and last
>>> one was this morning.
>> An increase by 10% in virtual memory size is not significant. Keep
>> running and observing. That may be the first indication of a leak, but
>> it's too soon to tell.
> I know, but to give you an impression of the early situation. Better to
> compare to say next weeks results.
>> How much RAM and swap are available on this system?
> # free
> total used free shared buffers cached
> Mem: 970780 959808 10972 0 2288 782068
> -/+ buffers/cache: 175452 795328
> Swap: 3911788 34400 3877388
I see swap is 'touched' although you have a fair amount of memory, I had
problems which seem to be related to mythcommflag.
I don't know if you do commflagging, but I got this with a hard lock-up
3606 root 32 17 871m 383m 1460 D 0.6 81.2 13:21.02 mythcommflag
with 512MB memory and 512MB swap.
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