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    Process memory goes on increasing in FreeBSD 13

    Hello Team, I am facing one issue in which process memory goes on increasing day by day. It starts with 150MB and reaches to 1.7GB with 2-3 days.There is no leak in code as same code works on Linux platform smoothly without any memory issue. I am freeing up all memory which is allocated by mmap...
  2. aquatic

    Memory issues while listening to music on deezer.com using Falkon and Firefox

    Summary When listening to music on deezer.com in, the system allocates more and more memory. If I do not close and reopen the tab after some hours, the memory runs full and the system gets slow and the unresponsive (Before edit, I wrote "system crashed" which was imprecise). This happens in...
  3. epopen

    Solved Troubleshoot of "a thread waited too long to allocate a page"

    Hi All. I got a system problem since FreeBSD 13 as follows (Prior 12, I have no impression about the issue). Jan 30 11:22:47 test kernel: [116123] pid 50340 (mysqld), jid 1, uid 88, was killed: a thread waited too long to allocate a page Jan 30 11:22:47 test kernel: [116134] pid 32665...
  4. samTopaz

    Which Kernel Module Is Using All My Memory?

    After my system has been up for a few days it crashes. I can see before it crashes that basically all of my memory has been used. It's almost all used up as I type this. Looking at top I see that I have 26GB wired! Is there an easy way to find out which kernel module is using all of my memory...
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    bhyve bhyve memory leak

    I notice that there is substantial memory leak after using and shutting down a bhyve VM (in particular, I'm testing with OpenBSD guests). Starting from a freshly booted FreeBSD host (v.13), the Wired memory is about 500 MB, and after running the VM and ... - irregardless of setting the VM to...
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    Mbuf leak detection tool

    Hi All, Do you know of a tool to detect mbuf leaks which one could leverage in identifying mbuf leaks (with possible stack traces of allocs and frees) ? I understand we might be able to use the vmstat -z for possible statistics of the various mbuf zones, but it helps only to certain point.
  7. GrandAdmiralThrawn

    Process in "T" state - unkillable, but growing, what now?

    Hello! I'd like to ask for some help regarding a zombie (or something similar to a zombie) process. I have a process stuck in the T state, so it's terminated. It produced an error by reading malformed input data, but instead of handling it properly, it just got stuck somehow. It's parent is...
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