On 09/27/2017 11:27, O. Hartmann wrote:
> On Wed, 27 Sep 2017 09:05:42 +0200
> Guido Falsi <madpi...@freebsd.org> wrote:
>> But while asterisk is running does the memory usage increase unbounded
>> till filling all available memory or does it stabilize at some point?
> As far as I could observe, a three day test run of the 
> router/firewall/asterisk
> box drained around 500 MB of memory: starting at boot time with ~3700 MB,
> asterisk leaves the box with ~3640 MB after bein started and after three days
> the system reached ~3150 MB. Stopping asterisk gave back some memory, so ~3300
> MB then was for days the final result - not recovering anything further. I use
> TEMPFS, if it matters, but I checked /tmp and /var/, there were no remnant
> files so far. TMPVAR is only allowed to have 256 MB.

These numbers really don't tell us anything. The system has anyway been
running for days, depending on configuration daemons like cron and ntp
are running and performing tasks, things are being cached and so on, so
that difference after three days could be perfectly normal overhead.

You need to investigate the amount of memory allocated to asterisk with
ps and top and check if that stabilizes. A few days, at most a week
would be enough. After that, if it's not stabilizing you can start
thinking on a leak, but still can't assume where the leak is happening.

> Can't say whether it is stabilising or not - I think the runtime is too short.
> I'll check first to disable some modules in the first place and then try to
> perform a test with several days of asterisk enabled.

Whatever you prefer, but trying a few days uptime with all modules
enabled is zero cost and east to do. Also you started this report with
THIS configuration, changing configuration would prevent from comparing
results. Let's test one thing at a time.

Guido Falsi <madpi...@freebsd.org>
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