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Re: mono-beagled -- major memory leak



On 3/7/06, dragoran <dragoran feuerpokemon de> wrote:
> Jonathan Berry wrote:
>
> >Okay, well, after using my FC5T3 +updates machine for a little while I
> >find that mono-beagled is using up 71.4 % of my RAM.  Of my 2.0 GB of
> >RAM...  That's about 1.4 GB...  There's just something wrong about
> >that.
> >
> >$ free
> >             total       used       free     shared    buffers     cached
> >Mem:       2056132    2027276      28856          0       7880     214296
> >-/+ buffers/cache:    1805100     251032
> >Swap:      2096472    1328180     768292
> >
> >$ ps aux | grep mono-beagled
> >berryja   2723  0.7 71.4 2963828 1468308 ?     Sl   21:34   0:47
> >mono-beagled --debug /usr/lib64/beagle/BeagleDaemon.exe --bg
> >
> >Is anyone else seeing this?  I'm assuming that it is not supposed to
> >do that.  Any ideas about how to debug this?
> >
> >Aha, already in bugzilla:
> >https://bugzilla.redhat.com/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=183958
> >
>
> not sure about memory but could the high cpu usage be caused by this:
>
>       Do I really need extended attributes?
>
> It is /strongly/ recommended. There is an sqlite-based fallback in
> place, but using this as the primary store is slow and noticably
> degrades performance.
>
> http://beaglewiki.org/FAQ

Well, I didn't mention high CPU usage as I didn't really notice that. 
I also am not really sure exactly what the above means.  I did notice
that something locked up my disk really well accessing it for a short
while.  The I/O wait cycles tied up the entire CPU, so I wasn't able
to do much to find out what program it was, but it seems likely to
have been beagled.

But I think the real concern right now is the memory.  beagled should
not eat up 1.4 GB of RAM and my system with 2.0 GB of RAM should not
need to use the swap as much as it did.

Jonathan


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