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SubjectRe: Memory leaks on atom-based boards?
On Mon 2014-10-27 18:44:03, AL13N wrote:
> I have several machines with the same OS and kernel (3.14.22).
>
> 2 of those machines are both atom-based boards and they get OOM, without
> swap being used (MemAvail crawls down towards 0, even though not more
> memory is used on processes).
>
> Specifically, this one machine, i need to reboot every 3 à 5 days.

Run the machine without swap and with mem=512M (or something), and it
will reproduce sooner....

You may want to recompile kernel (or something similar) to give leak a
chance...

Pavel


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