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    SubjectRe: [2.6.7, ia64] continual memory leak at ~102kB/s...
    On Fri, Aug 06, 2004 at 04:44:18PM +0200, Daniel Blueman wrote:
    > When running 2.6.7 on a generic ia64 system, I see memory being leaked in
    > the kernel. Most of the fancy (preempt, hot-plug procs, ...) features are
    > disabled, and the system in a quiescent state [1].
    > /proc/meminfo shows the memory as unaccounted for [2], so it seems likely it
    > has been kmalloc()d somehere. A small script shows memory disappearing at
    > 102kB/s [3].
    > Anyone else seen this on ia64?

    Could you dump /proc/slabinfo?


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