Ok, this short sample of figures taken at 30 second intervals would indicate a 
steady growth in the memory usage. 

metric: proc.memory.size 
host: localhost 
semantics: instantaneous value 
units: Kbyte 
samples: all 

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----- "Rodney McKee" <rmc...@aconex.com> wrote: 
> 
> What a detailed email :-( 
> 
> Just collecting some additional memory stats to see what the rate of growth 
> is. 
> The version of psad is psad-2.1.5-1 
> 
> 
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