slabs dimension and mem allocation
bradoaks at gmail.com
Tue Jul 3 17:11:44 UTC 2007
mimmo, the -m option limits the total amount of memory available for
all items. the process has some small overhead to run the daemon.
but this -m flag governs the upper limit of the pool of memory
allocated for storing the cache contents, aside from what the overhead
uses. the default is 64MB.
On 7/3/07, mimmo pasticcio <mimmopasticcio at gmail.com> wrote:
> If slab size is 1MB, and if I have 16 Slabs this means that allocated
> memory is 16MB?
> If is right what is "-m" option to set Items max size? What are Items?
> 2007/7/2, Steve Grimm <sgrimm at facebook.com>:
> > On 7/2/07 8:46 AM, "mimmo pasticcio" <mimmopasticcio at gmail.com> wrote:
> > > My new question is that: in every slab how many chunks are located,
> > > this number is fixed or dynamically variable.
> > The number of chunks per slab is 1MB / chunk size. In other words, each slab
> > is 1 megabyte, and contains as many chunks as will fit in 1 megabyte.
> > -Steve
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