Bug#491226: boincmgr: does not respect VM occupation limits
Frank S. Thomas
fst at debian.org
Mon Aug 25 17:53:54 UTC 2008
reassign 491226 boinc-client 6.2.12-1
On Thursday 17 July 2008 20:58, Sandro Tosi wrote:
> I've set limits for VM usage:
> zion:/debs# grep vm_max_used_pct etc/boinc-client/global_prefs_override.xml
I'm not totally sure but I think <vm_max_used_pct> is only used to determine
if enough swap space is available to leave suspended applications in memory
if <leave_apps_in_memory> is set. So for example if <vm_max_used_pct> is set
to 25.0 and you have 1 GB of swap space, BOINC would only use 250 MB of it
for suspended applications.
> but boicmgr didn't respect them, and I got 4 garli processes (each one
> takes 1Gb of ram) on my 4Gb Ram machine, and the box got freezed.
If you want to limit RAM usage, you should adjust <ram_max_used_busy_pct> and
<ram_max_used_idle_pct> in global_prefs_override.xml.
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