Large memory support?
jeremy at smokehabanos.com
Sun Sep 3 21:59:52 UTC 2006
Steve, I wanted to say that your "big patch" patch seems to work well and
I'm now seeing memory allocation beyond 2gigs. I initially tried
1.1.13-pre2 with no luck. Was still stuck at 2gigs. So not sure if there
is some trick to going beyond with 1.1.13.
On 9/2/06 11:21 AM, "Steven Grimm" <sgrimm at facebook.com> wrote:
> Which version are you using? 1.1.12 only supported 32-bit cache sizes,
> so my hunch is that's what you're using. If you try one of the 1.1.13
> prereleases (or search the mailing list archive for my large memory
> support patch) you should be in good shape. The current version of the
> code supports large memory just fine; most of our cache servers are over
> 10GB each.
> Jeremy wrote:
>> Using memcached now on a x86_64 with 16gigs of memory. It seems memcached
>> is topping out at about 2gigs. Does memcached have large memory support?
>> This is my running process:
>> memcached -d -p 11211 -u nobody -c 1024 -m 14336
>> I'd like to use up to 14gigs.
>> PID USER PR NI VIRT RES SHR S %CPU %MEM TIME+ COMMAND
>> 22371 nobody 15 0 2074m 2.0g 272 S 3 12.3 201:53.39 memcached
>> And it's not growing beyond 2gig.
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