On Mar 9, 2015, at 4:51 AM, Dan Kenigsberg <danken(a)redhat.com>
On Fri, Mar 06, 2015 at 10:58:53AM -0600, Darrell Budic wrote:
> I believe the supervdsm leak was fixed, but 3.5.1 versions of vdsmd still leaks
slowly, ~300k/hr, yes.
>> On Mar 6, 2015, at 10:23 AM, Chris Adams <cma(a)cmadams.net> wrote:
>> Once upon a time, Federico Alberto Sayd <fsayd(a)uncu.edu.ar> said:
>>> I am experiencing troubles with VDSM memory consuption.
>>> I am running
>>> Engine: ovirt 3.5.1
>>> Centos 6.6
>>> VDSM 4.16.10-8
>>> Libvirt: libvirt-0.10.2-46
>>> Kernel: 2.6.32
>>> When the host boots, memory consuption is normal, but after 2 or 3
>>> days running, VDSM memory consuption grows and it consumes more
>>> memory that all vm's running in the host. If I restart the vdsm
>>> service, memory consuption normalizes, but then it start growing
>>> I have seen some BZ about vdsm and supervdsm about memory leaks, but
>>> I don't know if VDSM 22.214.171.124 is still affected by a related bug.
>> Can't help, but I see the same thing with CentOS 7 nodes and the same
>> version of vdsm.
>> Chris Adams <cma(a)cmadams.net>
>> Users mailing list
I'm afraid that we are yet to find a solution for this issue, which is
completly different from the horrible leak of supervdsm < 4.16.7.
Could you corroborate the claim of
Bug 1147148 - M2Crypto usage in vdsm leaks memory
? Does the leak disappear once you start using plaintext transport?
I don’t think this is crypto related, but I could try that if you still need some
confirmation (and point me at a quick doc on switching to plaintext?).
This is from #ovirt around November 18th I think, Saggi thought he’d found something
9:58:43 AM saggi: YamakasY: Found the leak
9:58:48 AM saggi: YamakasY: Or at least the flow
9:58:57 AM saggi: YamakasY: The good news is that I can reproduce
9:59:20 AM YamakasY: saggi: that's kewl!
9:59:25 AM YamakasY: saggi: what happens ?
9:59:41 AM YamakasY: I know from Telsin (ping ping!) that he sees it going faster on
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10:01:54 AM saggi: YamakasY: it's in getCapabilities(). Here is the RSS graph. The
flatlines are when I stopped calling it and called other verbs.
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10:02:46 AM saggi: YamakasY: horizontal is time since epoch and vertical is RSS in bytes
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10:03:52 AM YamakasY: saggi: I have seen that line soooo much!
10:04:11 AM YamakasY: I think I even made a mailing about it
10:04:18 AM YamakasY: at least asked here
10:04:32 AM YamakasY: no-one knew, but those lines are almost blowing you away
10:04:35 AM YamakasY: can we patch it ?
10:04:59 AM YamakasY: wow, nice one to catch
10:05:28 AM saggi: YamakasY: I now have a smaller part of the code to scan through and a
way to reproduce so hopefully I'll have a patch soon
was that ever followed up on?