In response to "Brad Penoff" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>:
> I have an application that runs on Linux or Mac OS X but seems to have
> a problem when I run on FreeBSD (6.3 or 7). The issue is the memory
> footprint for the application (osubw_sctpclien below) is quite large;
> on Linux it can be as much as 950 MB in resident memory, according to
> top. However, on FreeBSD I start to get ENOMEM always around the time
> my resident memory size is about 200 MB.
> I read a few posts and have seen people fixing their problems by
> adjusting kern.maxdsiz in /boot/loader.conf and/or by adding a swap
> file. I've tried both and for my application, it still seems to be
> limited to 200 MB resident memory regardless of maxdsize and swap file
> setting. I wrote a toy application (malloctest below) that calls
> malloc in a while(1) and breaks once it gets ENOMEM (doing another
> while(1) so it doesn't exit); this application's memory size in top
> always matches the kern.maxdsiz setting, however it has a very low
> resident memory number, according to top.
Have a look at /etc/login.conf and the associated man pages.
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