Date: Sat, 06 May 2023 20:13:25 UTC
https://bugs.freebsd.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=271246 --- Comment #8 from Dave Hayes <email@example.com> --- First, I do understand that you want me to check for "the cause" and "the outstanding growing malloc zones". Next I also do understand vmstat -z produces output related to zones, and vmstat -m produces output related to types. You do not need to re-inform me of these ideas, but if you choose to again that choice is out of my hands. I am not intending to frustrate you. :) My unanswered questions are based on the idea that the two switches to vmstat produce hundreds of different data points: vmstat -z | wc -l 274 vmstat -z | wc -l 218 This is a lot of data (492 points) to check for changes. Naturally, I'd like to reduce this check (which obviously has to be scripted) to data which is relevant. With that, would you be so kind as to answer the following question? Are you asking me to check each and every entry for each switch -m and -z to vmstat to see what is growing OR is it possible to reduce the number of data points to a specific useful subset? Thank you for your patience, as I am not a (modern) kernel dev. -- You are receiving this mail because: You are the assignee for the bug.