Question about RSS limit
riccardo.veraldi at gmail.com
Sat Apr 6 04:49:25 UTC 2019
Are you sure you don’t have a memory problem ? Did you run a hardware test on your Sun Fire ?
> On Apr 5, 2019 at 3:31 PM, <Алексей Прокопчук (mailto:alexpro.ewr at gmail.com)> wrote:
> My English is not very good, excuse me if I said something wrong.
> I trying to build packages for FreeBSD sparc64 and faced some problems.
> I have Sun Fire V120 with installed FreeBSD-11.2 GENERIC downloaded from
> official location.
> There were problems with package building (for example - perl and gcc7),
> make fails sometime with "internal compiler error" or "segmentation
> fault". But building continues when I repeat make after error. After
> all, I was able to build gcc7 and perl which are dependency for most
> packages. Now I have problem with using git: I trying to clone FreeBSD
> source from github and git always fails with segmentation fault. I
> monitored clone process with top and discover that RES memory for any
> process never exceeds 32800K, and SIZE never exceeds approx. 600M. I
> tried to increase limits by setting kern.maxdsiz parameter, but no
> success, git fails with segfault anyway, and RES never exceeds 32800K. I
> tested same git clone on amd64 and RES grows to 500M during operation.
> Same with gcc7 and perl building. Build fails when compile big and
> complex file, and SIZE of c1plusplus process grows about 600M, but RES
> has always max. value 32800K.
> On amd64 kern.maxdsiz has default value 32G, on sparc64 - 1G. When I
> tried to grow it to 2G, absolutely all processes crashes with
> segmentation fault (include init on boot). With value 1.5G system works
> fine but git fails anyway. The only difference - SIZE of git process
> grows up to 928M before crash, RES retains 32800K.
> There is some limit for process memory in sparc64? I can't find anything
> about such limits, and stuck. I understand that my hardware very old and
> slow, but I don't have another one unfortunately...
> Thanks in advance, with best regards, Alexey Prokopchuk.
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