[Expired for pulseaudio (Ubuntu) because there has been no activity for
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Status: Incomplete => Expired
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Thanks for that. I've never seen pulseaudio do this before.
1. Do you have any ideas as to what apps might have been using
2. Is the problem regular? Does it return after a reboot?
3. Does the same problem exist in Ubuntu 19.04 if you boot that from
Thanks for the reply. It is 3.7G byte mapped hardware memory, not just virtual.
Here's the output you asked:
$ cat status
State: S (sleeping)
Thanks for the bug report.
'pmap' displays virtual memory (address space), which is mostly not real
Please attach a copy of your /proc/PID/status file. The important field
that affects machine performance is VmRSS, and VmData tells you the
amount of regular memory allocations.
Running with 'pmap -x' gives this info:
$ pmap -x 25499
25499: /usr/bin/pulseaudio --start --log-target=syslog
Address Kbytes RSS Dirty Mode Mapping
55e3bb805000 84 84 0 r-x-- pulseaudio
55e3bb805000 0 0 0 r-x-- pulseaudio
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