This is a discussion on Re: [squid-users] To Have A /swap Partition, Or Not? - squid ; I have a strange situation, where I wonder if disabling /swap will help, or solve. My squid server runs as a http accelerator, it is a HP/Compaq DL360 with 2 Gb of memory, 4 squid process running as it has ...
I have a strange situation, where I wonder if disabling /swap will
help, or solve.
My squid server runs as a http accelerator, it is a HP/Compaq DL360 with
2 Gb of memory, 4 squid process running as it has 2 hyperthread cpus.
It serves ~ 150 req/s (each process), its Linux RH9 kernel 2.4.
After some time running/serving , memory usage looks like this :
total used free shared buffers cached
Mem: 2069488 2059504 9984 0 72164 1466184
-/+ buffers/cache: 521156 1548332
Swap: 2097112 119128 1977984
The thing is that swap usage keeps growing until the machine consumes
all the 2G
swap partition. It took weeks to fill up the swap area, but eventually
it will be 100%.
I set squid cache_mem to 32 mb because i guessed that this 1.5 cached
could only be file cache, as this machine does nothing more than running
14781 nobody 18 0 105M 100M 3180 NYI S 27.1 4.9 1802m squid
22228 nobody 12 0 101M 100M 2192 NYI S 3.8 4.9 1333m squid
22358 nobody 16 0 69148 66M 8248 NYI S 19.4 3.3 399:07 squid
22374 nobody 13 0 69488 66M 3344 NYI S 7.7 3.2 414:42 squid
So each squid process takes no more than 100mb, and I have some redir
running, but only takes like 50 mb more. Afterall , this is very odd .
I'm looking forward for any sugestions .
Thanks in advance.