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SubjectOut of Memory: Killed process pine, find, kza ...
Heyz

I have a strange problem with kernel 2.4.14 & 2.4.17 (the two I tried on)
When I run a simple command like 'find /var -name sendmail* -print' (this
one) or when running pine, kza, etc. Iget the error: 'Out of Memory:
Killed process 2032 (find)'
I did a vmstat 2 while running 'find /var -name sendmail* -print'
Here is what I recieved after a while:


cs memory swap io system cpu
r b w swpd free buff cache si so bi bo in cs us sy id
6 0 2 205720 1408 1220 5176 0 1664 12 1682 332 67 6 93 1
1 0 0 210200 2148 1244 5172 0 1664 24 1664 336 60 4 95 0
1 0 0 214672 1508 1224 5176 32 1950 42 1980 359 90 11 87 2
1 0 0 218768 2568 1236 5176 0 1958 22 1960 416 60 4 96 0
5 1 4 221840 1284 1240 5172 0 2138 4 2144 503 52 5 95 0
1 0 1 226960 2820 1316 5172 0 2530 34 2576 510 108 8 91 2
1 0 1 231696 2692 1228 5172 0 2176 18 2176 431 86 7 92 1
1 0 0 234768 2600 1220 5172 0 1536 14 1554 309 69 11 87 2
1 0 0 238352 2096 1228 5176 0 1770 12 1770 425 43 9 91 0
1 0 0 240964 1396 1272 5160 0 1110 10 1150 328 76 7 93 0
1 0 0 240964 1328 1224 5000 0 924 10 924 231 71 8 92 0
Out of Memory: Killed process 2032 (find).


I have a P3 - 733 Mhz with 128 meg ram & 256 meg swap
I am running debian - woody


Michael

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Michael De Nil -- michael@aerythmic.be
Linux LiSa 2.4.14 #6 SMP Sun Nov 25 16:59:04 CET 2001 i686
15:56:01 up 2:41, 4 users, load average: 0.04, 0.29, 0.54
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