Re: 1GB log files?

Indeed.  I have restarted beagled with heap-shot and am currently at a
VmSize of 100MB.

You do not need to wait for the full run. If its grown to, say, 200
MB, you can stop it. A few snapshots (e.g. every tenth one, basically
first, last and a 10 in the middle) would be helpful to know what is
causing the memory rise. Also attach the log file when you do - if its
size is withing attachable limit (then attach the first 2000 lines or

I am hoping to find something in those log files. Joe is the one
around here who is well versed in the black magic of heap-snapshots. I
am familiar with heap-buddy but they are not suitable in this
situation. Your snapshots would be a good lesson of heap-shotism for
me :-).

The files each are anywhere from 350-460KB.  99 of them.  A few early
ones are 0B long though due to disk space issues.

You might delete the older ones - since you started the new run with
better (read: worse for your computer) performance.

- dBera

Debajyoti Bera @
beagle / KDE fan
Mandriva / Inspiron-1100 user

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