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Re: [Condor-users] Memory leak in condor_procd(.exe)?

I have not seen that particular memory leak in condor_procd but
we have seen and reported other memory leaks in condor 6.9.4 related
to using encryption. These were fixed in condor 6.9.5, maybe yours is too.

Steve Timm

Steven C. Timm, Ph.D  (630) 840-8525
timm@xxxxxxxx  http://home.fnal.gov/~timm/
Fermilab Computing Division, Scientific Computing Facilities,
Grid Facilities Department, FermiGrid Services Group, Assistant Group Leader.

On Wed, 28 Nov 2007, Alan Cass wrote:


I'm using Condor 6.9.4 in a testing capacity before I roll it out to all
machines and I see that the condor_procd.exe appears to have a memory leak,
it is currently using over 52MB of RAM having been active for about 24
hours, and that load is increasing slowly but constantly. Below is a cycle
snippet from the StarterLog.slot2 (I use a dual-core machine with 3 slots,
one for each CPU and then one for the enitre machine) for when a single CPU
is in use.

11/28 13:39:24 In VanillaProc::PublishUpdateAd()
11/28 13:39:24 About to get usage data from ProcD for family with root 1936
11/28 13:39:25 Result of "get_usage" operation from ProcD: SUCCESS
11/28 13:39:25 Inside OsProc::PublishUpdateAd()
11/28 13:39:25 Leaving JICShadow::updateShadow(): success
11/28 13:43:00 Getting monitoring info for pid 2524
11/28 13:47:00 Getting monitoring info for pid 2524
11/28 13:51:00 Getting monitoring info for pid 2524
11/28 13:55:00 Getting monitoring info for pid 2524
11/28 13:55:01 DaemonCore: in SendAliveToParent()
11/28 13:55:01 DaemonCore: Leaving SendAliveToParent() - success
11/28 13:59:00 Getting monitoring info for pid 2524
11/28 13:59:25 Entering JICShadow::updateShadow()
11/28 13:59:25 TokenCache contents:

Has anyone else seen this behaviour?