[Openais] clvmd + openais "Cannot allocate memory"
quentin at mit.edu
Wed Apr 28 13:54:26 PDT 2010
Nothing seems out of the ordinary; clvmd has a vsize of 51 MB, corosync
has a vsize of 154 MB, both are using under 10 MB of real memory.
On Wed, 28 Apr 2010, Steven Dake wrote:
> a list of processes with their memory consumption would be helpful.
> ps -auxx > memory.txt
> On Wed, 2010-04-28 at 16:12 -0400, Quentin Smith wrote:
>> On Wed, 28 Apr 2010, Christine Caulfield wrote:
>>>> (Needless to say, the servers all have plenty of RAM free...)
>>> There was a memory leak in clvmd up to 2.0.56 that might be having an impact
>>> here if there are a lot of clvmd operation being done. eg. monitoring
>>> software that polls active LVs frequently.
>>> That's all I can think of off-hand that might cause that
>> If it's running out of memory, it's not using up regular RAM - these
>> machines have 32 GB of memory, and they all have at least several gigs of
>> free memory. Also, this happens immediately after restarting clvmd.
>> I turned up clvmd's logging (with clvmd -C -d 2); the lines relevant to
>> this request don't seem to have much in the way of useful debugging:
>> Got new connection on fd 5
>> Read on local socket 5, len = 28
>> creating pipe, [9, 10]
>> Creating pre&post thread
>> in sub thread: client = 0x69f010
>> Sub thread ready for work.
>> doing PRE command LOCK_VG 'V_xenvg' at 1 (client=0x69f010)
>> lock_resource 'V_xenvg-1', flags=0, mode=1
>> Created pre&post thread, state = 0
>> Writing status 12 down pipe 10
>> Waiting for next pre command
>> read on PIPE 9: 4 bytes: status: 12
>> background routine status was 12, sock_client=0x69f010
>> Send local reply
>> Is there another debugging knob I should turn up? Maybe corosync/openais
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