Could you send the output of
This will tell us where the memory might be if it is in the kernel.
> This is the output of free. It IS using it, its not cached.
> fudd:/home# free -m
> total used free shared buffers cached
> Mem: 374 371 3 0 0 28
> -/+ buffers/cache: 342 32
> Swap: 384 4 380
> This is my partition layout aswell:
> fudd:/home# df -h
> Filesystem Size Used Avail Use% Mounted on
> 1.4G 157M 1.2G 12% /
> 15M 7.7M 7.7M 50% /boot
> 2.4G 1.3G 1.1G 52% /usr
> 1.9G 98M 1.8G 6% /var
> 27G 21G 6.2G 78% /home
> All but / are xfs partitions.
> On Tue, 15 May 2001, Joshua Baker-LePain wrote:
> > On Tue, 15 May 2001 at 1:47pm, Dana Soward wrote
> > > Is anyone else having memory problems with the CVS kernel? Ive got a
> > > server here with 384MB, and its using 325 of it right now. It should be
> > > using about 30, tops. It *might* be something to do with debian woody,
> > > but i wanna make sure no one else is having XFS issues. Also, i cant see
> > Are you sure that all that memory is being used? The 2.4 kernel is very
> > aggressive when it comes to cacheing (which is a good thing). What does
> > the output of 'free' say?
> > In general, you *want* all your memory used up. You just don't want
> > running processes to be the ones using it all.
> > --
> > Joshua Baker-LePain
> > Department of Biomedical Engineering
> > Duke University