KDE 3.5.0 seems much chubbier than 3.4.2
doconnor at gsoft.com.au
Mon Jan 30 23:35:27 PST 2006
> Yes, I'd expect the memory usage to decrease if you build with
> NO_MALLOC_EXTRAS, since redzone overhead is 32 bytes per object. Do
> you see any evidence of unbounded X memory usage though?
Hmm, not sure it was unbounded, but it was certainly consuming a lot of extra
memory. Note that with the debugging off top shows it as..
PID USERNAME THR PRI NICE SIZE RES STATE TIME WCPU COMMAND
19876 root 1 100 0 315M 136M select 18:16 13.67% Xorg
so it's hardly small.
> Why not just append to CFLAGS in make.conf? NO_MALLOC_EXTRAS is a
> development-only flag, since the malloc debug features will be
> disabled for releases, so a make.conf knob would have no relevance to
> releases. Unless there's serious worry about cpp namespace
> pollution, I don't understand the need for the patch you provided.
Hmm, I thought touching CFLAGS in make.conf was verboten..
If not then I will use it.
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