Chris Byrnes wrote:
Sorry for the crosspost, not sure where this should go.  Please cc me in
replies because I am not subscribed.

Server was up almost 134 days and spontaneously rebooted this morning saying
"All mbufs exhausted, please see tuning(7)."  Had never seen it before, read
up on it and figured something just happened causing a lot of memory usage
or something, chalked it up to an abnormality.

Took the opportunity to upgrade to the latest -STABLE and rebooted.

Server was up for 30 minutes and just rebooted AGAIN with the same

Jan 11 16:32:19 /kernel: All mbufs exhausted, please see tuning(7).
Jan 11 16:32:50 last message repeated 33 times
Jan 11 16:34:44 last message repeated 127 times

Do you have any idea what's causing this and how I can monitor/stop it?

Use netstat -m to chek the current configuration/load.

It's something like this:

191/8272/65536 mbufs in use (current/peak/max):
        186 mbufs allocated to data
        5 mbufs allocated to packet headers
170/8128/16384 mbuf clusters in use (current/peak/max)
18324 Kbytes allocated to network (37% of mb_map in use)
0 requests for memory denied
0 requests for memory delayed
0 calls to protocol drain routines

You can modify the number of mbufs with sysctl variable kern.ipc.nmbclusters.

Usually setting this on /boot/loader.conf



Check also tuning(7) ;)

Thank you..


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