On Wed, Dec 14, 2005 at 02:19:12PM +0100, Cornelius Thiele wrote:
> Hi there,
> running kernel 2.6.14-vs2.0.1-rc3-gentoo-r2 and util-vserver-0.30.209-r1
> I'm getting some strange readings from vserver-stat about the resident
> set size and the virtual memory. This is on a 32-bit system so the page
> size should be 4k.
> /proc/virtual/1026/limit says
> VM: 82858 96208 524288 0
> RSS: 34866 57816 65536 0
> which seems right.
> /proc/meminfo in the vserver says:
> MemTotal: 262144 kB
> MemFree: 121020 kB
> which seems right, too. 'top' in the vserver also tells the right value,
> but i guess it gets that from meminfo anyway. (virt_mem is set)
> but vserver-stat says:
> 1026 29 1.1G 387.7M 1h03m16 16m13s54 3d13h47 vs00026
> which seems to be 3 times too high (and way over the limit, too).
hmm, usually vserver-stat just sums up the
values found with vps auxww, but maybe that
got broken and/or doesn't match reality anymore
will need some investigations ...
thanks for reporting,
> With kind regards,
> Cornelius Thiele
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Received on Wed Dec 14 19:27:06 2005