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> From: Horst H. von Brand [mailto:vonbrand@inf.utfsm.cl]
> That means that there isn't a need for that memory at all (and so they

In the current isolated non-production, not actually bearing a load test
case yes. But if I can't get it to not swap on an idle system I have no hope
of avoiding OOM on a loaded system.

> In any case, how do you know it is the tar data that stays around, and not
> just that the number of pages "in use" stays roughly constant?

I'm not dumping the contents of memory so I don't.

> - What you are doing, step by step

Trying to deliver a high availability, linearly scalable, clustered iSCSI
storage solution that can be upgraded with minimum downtime.

> - What are your exact requirements

OOM not to kill anything.

> - In what exact way is it missbehaving. Please tell /in detail/ how you

OOM kills important stuff.


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