PCBSD 10.0 crashing all the time
bret at busby.net
Wed Jun 18 05:28:32 UTC 2014
On Tue, 17 Jun 2014, Terry Todd wrote:
> Date: Wed, 18 Jun 2014 02:59:16
> From: Terry Todd <tlt at tltodd.com>
> To: Terry Todd <tlt at tltodd.com>
> Cc: freebsd-questions at freebsd.org
> Subject: Re: PCBSD 10.0 crashing all the time
> I have more to add to this saga now.
> I updated the hardware to a Dell Optiplex 7010 with 20G of memory.
> It would go for many more days than before before crashing. Now
> I have kind of narrowed it down to whenever I try to use the scroll
> wheel in firefox. Instant crash of KDE back to the login prompt.
> I do have quite a few tabs open.
> On Tue, Apr 01, 2014 at 03:04:11PM -0600, Terry Todd wrote:
>> I have a system that I installed PCBSD 10.0 on that has 6G of memory
>> that keeps crashing all the time. It will run for a few days and
>> then build up the amount of swap used until it exhausts it and then
>> top output:
>> last pid: 47897; load averages: 2.65, 2.56, 2.66 up 4+01:21:07 15:57:52
>> 168 processes: 2 running, 165 sleeping, 1 zombie
>> CPU: 28.8% user, 0.0% nice, 49.4% system, 0.0% interrupt, 21.8% idle
>> Mem: 2694M Active, 471M Inact, 2291M Wired, 3276K Cache, 290M Free
>> ARC: 933M Total, 42M MFU, 740M MRU, 226K Anon, 14M Header, 137M Other
>> Swap: 2304M Total, 1911M Used, 393M Free, 82% Inuse
>> The swap numbers just keep increasing. They never go down.
>> The only main apps running are xterm, firefox and konqueror.
>> Any ideas on how to fix it?
>> # sh kmem.sh
>> TEXT=45276600, 43.1791 MB
>> DATA=1206103040, 1150.23 MB
>> TOTAL=1251379640, 1193.41 MB
>> kern.maxvnodes: 178524
>> 0 MD md1909082323 268435456 512 u 1909082323 s 512 f 0 fs 0 l 268435456 t vnode file /usr/swap/swap0
>> kern.minvnodes: 44631
>> vm.stats.vm.v_vnodein: 49545
>> vm.stats.vm.v_vnodeout: 37271
>> vm.stats.vm.v_vnodepgsin: 364594
>> vm.stats.vm.v_vnodepgsout: 71880
>> vfs.numvnodes: 64341
>> vfs.wantfreevnodes: 44631
>> vfs.freevnodes: 44630
>> debug.sizeof.vnode: 472
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I respectfully wonder why such a query has not been posted to the PC-BSD
support mailing list, rather than the freeBSD mailing list.
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