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[LDM #MMY-812358]: Possible memory leak in ldm



Bill,

> We are running version 6.6.5.
> 
> The files are not inserted into the queue at once.  There are never more
> than 2 of the 200-300 mb files in the queue at once.
> 
> I have tried queue sizes of 2GB.  That did not make any difference.  The
> entry for pqact on this product is to write it to disk.
> This doesn't seem to take very long.
> 
> We have more physical memory than the queue size.
> 
> > What operating system is running on the affected machine?  What version?
> 
> RedHat Enterprise Linux WS Release 4 (Nahant update 2)
> 
> > You should remove the "EXEC pqexpire" entry from the LDM configuration
> > file, ldmd.conf.  That program is deprecated (assuming you're using a
> > recent version of the LDM).
> 
> Thanks.  I will take that line out. Could this be causing the problem?

It's hard to say whether or not the pqexpire(1) process could be
causing the problem.  I would, however, definitely remove the entry
to see if that fixes the problem.  Let me know.

Regards,
Steve Emmerson

Ticket Details
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Ticket ID: MMY-812358
Department: Support LDM
Priority: Normal
Status: Closed


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