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Brian E. Seppanen
Mon, 23 May 2005 09:38:05 -0400 (EDT)
I have a bunch of linux boxes running 2.1.13 that seem to have issues with
running cfservd and consuming large amounts of memory.
PID USER PRI NI SIZE RSS SHARE STAT %CPU %MEM TIME COMMAND
867 root 9 0 383m 102m 1856 S 0.0 11.6 6:52.21 cfservd
979 root 8 0 383m 102m 1856 S 0.0 11.6 0:10.73 cfservd
This host has a large number of files that it is a master fileserver for
and for a large number of hosts. How do I tune memory utilization with
I'm running approximately 100 Hosts with cfengine, so I've got a smaller
set up from what many others have out there. Is this something that
others have found a way of dealing with? Does any one have any general
suggestions on how to keep memory utilization to a minimum? I can
provide further details but I'm not sure how much is needed.
The hosts are a variety of redhat linux 7.3 hosts running a variety of
kernels, to new build debian 3.1 boxes with kernel 2.4.29. Some servers
had only one file copied once per day. The server for the statistics
above is providing a far larger number of files.
Any suggestions. Thanks for your time.
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