From: Yann Dupont (Yann.Dupont_at_univ-nantes.fr)
Date: Wed 06 Oct 2004 - 09:32:41 BST
Herbert Poetzl wrote:
>not that I'm aware of, but memory fragmentation
>is a general problem (see lkml and Macelo working on
>that stuff), so I'd suggest to try with a vanilla
I understand there's something wrong there with 2.6 kernels...
>kernel (no vserver patches) and wait until the
>order-4 allocation fails (which is probably after
In my case it's just order-0 allocations. What is strange is that it
to the TCP treason uncloacked seen -which should not be the case as if I
understand correctly, order-0 allocation error just means
a temporary failure ?-
>a few hours of stress testing)
Rsync seems very good at that ...
For my part, testing without vserver will be very hard... This means
relocating all others vservers & put the vserver programs
at the host level. Definitively not something I can do in some minutes.
>anyway, I'll revisit the vserver code in the next
>view days and will have a deep look for possible
Could be a good idea.
In the same time I'll dig a bit further. For exemple I used this on the
Allocate 3rd-level pagetables from highmem -> Y
Maybe this has the exact reverse effect ?? I change this to No & boot
another kernel in some minutes...
-- Yann Dupont, Cri de l'université de Nantes Tel: 02.51.12.53.91 - Fax: 02.51.12.58.60 - Yann.Dupont_at_univ-nantes.fr
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