Very strange. I'm not currently seeing any memory-leak
type situations in my current testing.
Can you send me your config file? (in private)
I'm using a 4.4-RC2 FreeBSD on one of my test boxes
monitoring about 700 devices and it seems to work ok.
The Killing stale check is quite peculiar also. That means
that it wasn't able to send 7 pings within 88 seconds. Something
is obviously wrong as that means the service_test_ping() function
is not being called enough times and that something else is sucking up
all the cpu time.
I wonder if there is something unique about your configuration
that is triggering a memory leak.
On Tue, Oct 02, 2001 at 04:07:56PM +0200, Jeroen Heijungs wrote:
> Jared (or list),
> I have now Sysmon-0.91.7 installed, but I have still a problem:
> I run three instances (the second and third with the parameter -p 1346 and
> -p 1347).
> so they use different ports.
> One of the instances runs OK for a while, and then suddenly the message-log
> flooded with the following errors:
> - Oct 02 2001-15:33:47 : Killing stale check 172.22.5.1:ping:0 lasting
> but these messages stop again after a while.
> In the system logs I also gets messages:
> - swap_pager: out of swap space
> - swap_pager_getswapspace: failed
> - pid 32077 (sysmond), uid 0, was killed: out of swap space
> The system I am running is FreeBSD 4.4-RELEASE #0
> The other two instances seem to run fine...
> Jeroen Heijungs
> Het Muziektheater
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