Measuring Free memory
jamesbrandongooch at gmail.com
Wed Mar 17 19:51:02 UTC 2010
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On Mar 17, 2010, at 11:25 AM, Mario Lobo <lobo at bsd.com.br> wrote:
> On Wednesday 17 March 2010 19:03:03 Lowell Gilbert wrote:
>> First, you'll need a precise definition of what you mean by "free
> Free physical memory available.
>> Add the "-H" flag to get that value more precise. I suspect,
>> that precision isn't really the right term for what you're after.
> I caught the -H flag right after I wrote the mail. The result has to
> multiplied by 1024.
> It's possible you're right but what I am trying to do is to monitor
> the amount
> of free physical memory still on the system.
> To make a long story short, I am in a long stretch in trying to find
> out why
> 8-STABLE amd64+VBox+nvidia driver is freezing my system to power
> button point.
I'm also seeing something similar although perhaps not related to
(lack of) free memory. Are you able to enable debugging in the kernel
and maybe get a (text)dump?
>> Have you seen:
>> Y-AMOUNT by any chance?
> Those were nice, Thanks.
> Mario Lobo
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I've sent a couple of textdumps to one of the FreeBSD VirtualBox devs
but haven't heard back just yet.
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