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    SubjectRe: Linux
    On Fri, Feb 03, 2006 at 11:14:14AM -0800, Andrew Morton wrote:


    > > A look into /proc/sys/net/ipv4/tcp_mem showed that that the values in
    > > there were way to high. I hope that a reduction of these values will
    > > help (not done yet).

    > Sounds different. Please test a more recent kernel and if the problem is
    > still there, send a report to linux-kernel and cc
    > Include the contents of /proc/meminfo and /proc/slabinfo. Thanks.

    I solved the issue.

    Recent kernels have alloc_large_system_hash() exactly for that, and
    tcp_init() uses it. It has nr_all_pages and nr_kernel_pages to
    determine the actual size of usable RAM, whereas 2.6.10 just uses
    num_physpages. That's the reason why the values in tcp_mem are way
    too high on machines with 3-4 Gig RAM.

    Thanks. /holger

    ICQ 2882018 ++ Jabber: ++
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