In message <201603300728.u2u7sdwc092...@gw.catspoiler.org>, Don Lewis
> On 29 Mar, To: ohart...@zedat.fu-berlin.de wrote:
> > On 28 Mar, Don Lewis wrote:
> >> On 28 Mar, O. Hartmann wrote:
> >> If I get a chance, I try booting my FreeBSD 11 machine with less RAM to
> >> see if that is a trigger.
> > I just tried cranking hw.physmen down to 8 GB on 11.0-CURRENT r297204,
> > GENERIC kernel. /boot/loader.conf contains:
> > geom_mirror_load="YES"
> > kern.geom.label.disk_ident.enable="0"
> > kern.geom.label.gptid.enable="0"
> > zfs_load="YES"
> > vboxdrv_load="YES"
> > hw.physmem="8G"
> > /etc/sysctl.conf contains:
> > kern.ipc.shm_allow_removed=1
> > No /etc/src.conf and nothing of that should matter in /etc/make.conf.
> > This is what I see after running
> > poudriere ports -p whatever -u
> > last pid: 2102; load averages: 0.24, 0.52, 0.36 up 0+00:06:54 14:1
> > 52 processes: 1 running, 51 sleeping
> > CPU: 0.0% user, 0.0% nice, 0.0% system, 0.0% interrupt, 100% idle
> > Mem: 95M Active, 20M Inact, 1145M Wired, 39K Buf, 5580M Free
> > ARC: 595M Total, 256M MFU, 248M MRU, 16K Anon, 14M Header, 78M Other
> > Swap: 40G Total, 40G Free
> > No swap used, inactive memory low, no interactivity problems. Next I'll
> > try r297267, which is what I believe you are running. I scanned the
> > commit logs between r297204 and r297267 and didn't see anything terribly
> > suspicious looking.
> No problems here with r297267 either. I did a bunch of small poudriere
> runs since the system was first booted. Usable RAM is still dialed back
> to 8 GB. A bit of swap is in use, mostly because nginx, which has been
> unused since the system was booted, got swapped out. Inactive memory is
> low now that poudriere is done.
> last pid: 75471; load averages: 0.21, 0.15, 0.19 up 0+07:36:07 00:24:
> 50 processes: 1 running, 49 sleeping
> CPU: 0.0% user, 0.0% nice, 0.0% system, 0.0% interrupt, 100% idle
> Mem: 5988K Active, 14M Inact, 2641M Wired, 41K Buf, 4179M Free
> ARC: 790M Total, 575M MFU, 169M MRU, 16K Anon, 9618K Header, 36M Other
> Swap: 40G Total, 50M Used, 40G Free
> Do you use tmpfs? Anything stored in there will get stashed in inactive
> memory and/or swap.
Tmpfs objects are treated as any other in memory. If the pages are recent
enough they will be active.
Cy Schubert <cy.schub...@komquats.com> or <cy.schub...@cschubert.com>
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