Re: `top` process memory usage: SIZE vs RES

2003-09-12 Thread Jesse Guardiani
[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: [...] J 1.) Where is my Free memory going? given what you say custom-python-qmail-scanner-clamd-qmail-queue This whole scenario is very memory intensive. First you have each email pythonized and then qmail-scanner is *very* memory intensive, as it has initially

Re: `top` process memory usage: SIZE vs RES

2003-09-12 Thread Jesse Guardiani
Dan Nelson wrote: In the last episode (Sep 11), Jesse Guardiani said: 1.) Where is my Free memory going? I can't account for it in the SIZE and RES columns of the various processes. These are relatively constant. Disk cache. I thought it might be something like that. My large test

Re: `top` process memory usage: SIZE vs RES

2003-09-12 Thread Dan Nelson
In the last episode (Sep 12), Jesse Guardiani said: Dan Nelson wrote: In the last episode (Sep 11), Jesse Guardiani said: 2.) What, exactly, is RES? `man top` describes it as this: RES is the current amount of resident memory, but does that mean RES is included in SIZE? Or

Re: `top` process memory usage: SIZE vs RES

2003-09-12 Thread Lowell Gilbert
Jesse Guardiani [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Dan Nelson wrote: In the last episode (Sep 11), Jesse Guardiani said: 1.) Where is my Free memory going? I can't account for it in the SIZE and RES columns of the various processes. These are relatively constant. Disk cache. I

Re: `top` process memory usage: SIZE vs RES

2003-09-12 Thread Jesse Guardiani
Dan Nelson wrote: In the last episode (Sep 12), Jesse Guardiani said: Dan Nelson wrote: In the last episode (Sep 11), Jesse Guardiani said: 2.) What, exactly, is RES? `man top` describes it as this: RES is the current amount of resident memory, but does that mean RES is

Re: `top` process memory usage: SIZE vs RES

2003-09-12 Thread Dan Nelson
In the last episode (Sep 12), Jesse Guardiani said: Dan Nelson wrote: In the last episode (Sep 12), Jesse Guardiani said: Dan Nelson wrote: In the last episode (Sep 11), Jesse Guardiani said: 2.) What, exactly, is RES? `man top` describes it as this: RES is the current

Re: `top` process memory usage: SIZE vs RES

2003-09-11 Thread Dan Nelson
In the last episode (Sep 11), Jesse Guardiani said: 1.) Where is my Free memory going? I can't account for it in the SIZE and RES columns of the various processes. These are relatively constant. Disk cache. 2.) What, exactly, is RES? `man top` describes it as this: RES is the

Re: `top` process memory usage: SIZE vs RES

2003-09-11 Thread gv-list-freebsdquestions
Hello Jesse, Thursday, September 11, 2003, 5:15:31 PM, you wrote: J I am stress testing a FreeBSD 4.7-RELEASE server (it's a pre- J production test server) by sending huge email messages to it J via SMTP. I too am putting together a 4.8 box as we speak for a client. J I'm running qmail-1.03