max-cache-size doesn't work with 9.5.0b1
bra at fsn.hu
Wed Feb 13 12:07:08 UTC 2008
On 02/12/08 18:55, JINMEI Tatuya / 神明達哉 wrote:
> At Tue, 12 Feb 2008 18:10:12 +0100,
> Attila Nagy <bra at fsn.hu> wrote:
>>> Then named will listen on [your_ip_address]:some_port, and you can
>>> browse internal statistics by accessing
>>> http://[your_ip_address]:some_port with your browser. When you notice
>>> the memory starts growing, retrieving the information several times,
>>> and compare the "Memory" section at the end of the page. If the
>>> memory hog is inside named, there should be significant growth in some
>>> of the rows accordingly.
>> Here are the results:
>> and at the end, the relevant line from top.
>> Is this FreeBSD leaking then?
> Looking at the last stat
> even the total of "MaxUse" is about 69MB, while the ps output
> indicates the resident size is 441MB. So, yes, there should be
> something odd not directly related to the named's (normal) behavior.
> Can you try the same test with only one worker thread (by using the
> '-n 1' command line option)? Then we may be able to chase the problem
Of course. See the bindn1 files at the same location. (only the memory
The effect is pretty much the same.
Attila Nagy e-mail: Attila.Nagy at fsn.hu
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