Re: [qubes-users] Memory balancing very inefficient

2021-12-21 Thread r . wiesbach
Coming back to this topic again. I am using Qubes 4.1 rc1 now and have made the same observations again. Start of new VM/Qube is aborted due to low RAM even though some of the running qubes have >>500MB free. So again I start to manually limit all VMs to RAM sizes that seem reasonable to me.

Re: [EXT] Re: [qubes-users] Memory balancing very inefficient

2021-03-13 Thread Ulrich Windl
grep -i qubes /boot/grub2/grub.cfg On 2/23/21 11:36 AM, Bernhard wrote: This behaviour might be linked to errors (e.g. my qubes install does not support 5.x xen kernels: crashes can be caused by "memory stress" and even if not, they always finish by loads of qmemman log entries, before deep

Re: [qubes-users] Memory balancing very inefficient

2021-02-23 Thread Bernhard
This behaviour might be linked to errors (e.g. my qubes install does not support 5.x xen kernels: crashes can be caused by "memory stress" and even if not, they always finish by loads of qmemman log entries, before deep freeze (not even a kernel panic, just sudden death) What does "your qubes

Re: [qubes-users] Memory balancing very inefficient

2021-02-23 Thread r . wiesbach
Am 22.02.21 um 20:40 schrieb haaber: This behaviour might be linked to errors (e.g. my qubes install does not support 5.x xen kernels: crashes can be caused by "memory stress" and even if not, they always finish by loads of qmemman log entries, before deep freeze (not even a kernel panic, just

Re: [qubes-users] Memory balancing very inefficient

2021-02-22 Thread haaber
Today I noticed that many VMs do get a lot more RAM than they actually use. While using only about 200-300MB small vms like -net and -firewall get gigabytes of memory and this seem to be the case even if memory is running out (sum of all VMs approaches physical RAM size). Also dom0 is using only

[qubes-users] Memory balancing very inefficient

2021-02-22 Thread r . wiesbach
Today I noticed that many VMs do get a lot more RAM than they actually use. While using only about 200-300MB small vms like -net and -firewall get gigabytes of memory and this seem to be the case even if memory is running out (sum of all VMs approaches physical RAM size). Also dom0 is using only