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[Monotone-devel] Re: buildbots

From: Lapo Luchini
Subject: [Monotone-devel] Re: buildbots
Date: Fri, 26 Oct 2007 11:06:47 +0200
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Lapo Luchini wrote:
> Markus Schiltknecht wrote:
>> On Lapo's machines (i386-freebsd6, amd64-freebsd6) the unit test
>> refiner_various_counts still fails due to lack of memory. I remember
>> measuring somewhere around 50mb peak during that test on my machine
>> (linux), Lapo, can you give those machines more memory? If not
>> permanently, then at least to check how much memory that test would
>> require on your freebsd systems?
> Yes, I meant to do that for all the past week... just didn't get to
> actually do it :P
> A manual check I did this night reports "All 3 tests passed", BTW.
> I'm now launching "/usr/bin/time -l gmake check" which should report max
> memory usage.

316 persistent_netsync_server_-_revs_&_certs      FAIL (line 20)
     5018,59 real      2833,33 user       173,53 sys
    194548  maximum resident set size
      4503  average shared memory size
      5840  average unshared data size
       138  average unshared stack size
   4200418  page reclaims
      1763  page faults
         8  swaps
      2255  block input operations
     52417  block output operations
      2763  messages sent
      3962  messages received
      7866  signals received
     58590  voluntary context switches
   4013624  involuntary context switches

So... I guess that 194548 is measured in KiB.
(and this was on the i386 box, not on the amd64 server)

Can you or any Linux user execute it as well?
So that we can check if and why the max memory needed is higher on


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