Bug#934080: [libc6] Significant degradation in the memory effectivity of the memory allocator

2019-08-07 Thread Roman Savochenko
Hello, Aurelien Jarno 06.08.19 23:57, Aurelien Jarno wrote: The live disks were started under VirtualBox 5.2, where the got data was measured by *top*. Can you details more precisely on you measure the memory used? Do you just get the line corresponding to the process you want to monitor?

Bug#934080: [libc6] Significant degradation in the memory effectivity of the memory allocator

2019-08-07 Thread Carlos O'Donell
On Wed, Aug 7, 2019 at 2:12 AM Roman Savochenko wrote: > So, we have got such regression, and I have to think about back-using > Debian 7 on such sort dynamic environments and forget all new ones. :( > The primary thing to determine is if this extra memory is due to application demand or not.

Bug#934080: [libc6] Significant degradation in the memory effectivity of the memory allocator

2019-08-07 Thread Florian Weimer
* Roman Savochenko: > Initial condition of the problem representing is a program in the > single source code, built on-and for Debian 7, 8, 9, 10 with a result > in the Live disks. I think glibc 2.13 as shipped by Debian was not built with --enable-experimental-malloc, so it doesn't use arenas.

Bug#934080: [libc6] Significant degradation in the memory effectivity of the memory allocator

2019-08-07 Thread Roman Savochenko
Hello, Florian 07.08.19 17:04, Florian Weimer wrote: * Roman Savochenko: Initial condition of the problem representing is a program in the single source code, built on-and for Debian 7, 8, 9, 10 with a result in the Live disks. I think glibc 2.13 as shipped by Debian was not built with

Bug#934080: [libc6] Significant degradation in the memory effectivity of the memory allocator

2019-08-07 Thread Roman Savochenko
Hello, Carlos 07.08.19 16:54, Carlos O'Donell wrote: On Wed, Aug 7, 2019 at 2:12 AM Roman Savochenko mailto:romansavoche...@gmail.com>> wrote: So, we have got such regression, and I have to think about back-using Debian 7 on such sort dynamic environments and forget all new