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On 01/21/10 19:43, Kyle Bader wrote:
>> this is the context when every thing is fine, because we until this thread
>> we didn't realize that the server swaps. Because shortly before the crash
>> our monitoring reported 0 bytes swap used. And at exploding time there
>> were 4019584k of swap in use, so why can this happens when ech vserver
>> has a maximum of 3 GB rss settings? In the dmesh output there was only on
>> process in oom killer. Is there maybe a bug in oomkiller allocating all
>> memroy and swap on the host?
> Do you have kernel logs from when oomkiller was triggered?
> I would be very interested in seeing the events and actual activity of
> the oomkiller because a co-worker and I have been chasing something
> very similar.
the only thing i have is the dmesg output which i wrote on 01/18/10
22:35 to the ml starting with
Jan 18 21:11:45 host kernel: [20304486.368940] apache2 invoked
oom-killer: gfp_mask=0x0, order=0, oomkilladj=0
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Received on Thu Jan 21 19:11:50 2010