innfeed as a memory eating hog - crazy hog!
heath.kehoe at intermec.com
Fri Mar 16 16:59:05 UTC 2001
I'll bet you're using CNFS. innfeed will have a bunch of sections
of your CNFS buffers mmap'd. Those mmap'ed regions are in the
process' address space which is why the size looks so huge (I see
the same thing with HP/UX). But notice that your RES is a much more
reasonable size. That's how much RAM is actually used by that
> Does anyone have the same problem, or this is a local glitch?
>Memory: 1024M real, 17M free, 940M swap in use, 329M swap free
> PID USERNAME THR PRI NICE SIZE RES STATE TIME CPU COMMAND
>11763 news 1 60 0 827M 36M sleep 22:46 2.27% innfeed
> I have only one (1) peer at this instance of innfeed,
> local peer, connected via Fast Ethernet. innfeed from INN 2.4.0
> (20010315 CVS prerelease).
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