Re: [SYSTEM-LINUX] Finding Memory Leaks : Help please.

From: Artovil (
Date: 02/01/02

At 08:03 2002-02-01 -0500, Sean Holt wrote:
>>It works for me so I'm not sure why not for you.  Maybe mini-mud will be
>Me and George have had this conversation in the past, efence won't use
>swap far as I can tell.
>              total       used       free     shared    buffers     cached
>Mem:       1028808     928544     100264          0      80192     640424
>-/+ buffers/cache:     207928     820880
>Swap:       819072      11748     807324
>Once the 100264 of actual RAM is gone, efence crashes with a "cannot
>allocate" error. But there's still over 800 meg of swap space
>available. I
>couldn't figure out a way to fix this, maybe somebody else can. I have
>read through all of the documentation for efence and couldn't find
>of use.

It is rare that programs actually use the swap space in Linux.  I've yet to
see one that really does.


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