On Wed, May 19, 1999 at 10:37:19AM +0100, Greg Quinlan wrote:
> That is it!!!!!!
> Here is output 'top' after 1 day. This could easily cause a panic/reboot
> once swap has run-out and may also be related to the ahc reboot problem, and
> kernel panic reboots I have been experiencing.
> I am starting to see a common thread....... I use the 'ahc' controller.
> This can easily be reproduced.....
You didn't tell us how.
I'd like to try...
> Daniel do you use the 'ahc' controller?
> Can others that use the 'ahc' controller also check 'top'
I use `ahc' and my swap is as follows:
# swapinfo -k
Device 1K-blocks Used Avail Capacity Type
/dev/da0s1b 98304 48336 49840 49% Interleaved
I never experienced any memory leaking problems.
> last pid: 47457; load averages: 0.15, 0.06, 0.01 up 1+00:50:22
> 55 processes: 1 running, 54 sleeping
> CPU states: 1.2% user, 0.0% nice, 0.4% system, 0.4% interrupt, 98.1%
> Mem: 12M Active, 72M Inact, 30M Wired, 6432K Cache, 8007K Buf, 2536K Free
> Swap: 128M Total, 1024K Used, 127M Free, 1% Inuse
PS: So-called ``ahc reboot'' problem has been fixed in rev 188.8.131.52
of sys/pci/ahc_pci.c, and the fix has been included into 3.2-RELEASE.
Why don't you upgrade to 3.2-STABLE?!
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