Re: [vserver] which guest hit the memory limit?

From: Ed W <>
Date: Thu 06 Aug 2009 - 17:25:24 BST
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Edward Capriolo wrote:
> I can make a use case for always wanting a reset as a user feature.
> Enter busy NFS servers. I want to be able to graph clients and servers
> to see, who is using the most NFS ops. Enter a 32 bit OS level
> counter, a counter that has been 32 bit for over 6 years of bug
> reporting.
> Eventually you hit a wrap around condition (this may not be the case
> with vserver). The only way to fix it is restart/reboot.
> That stinks! because you spend half your life bragging about high *nux
> uptime but then you need to reboot/restart for your counters, and you
> lose your bragging rights. With a 64 bit counter needed a reset is
> unlikely, but if they are 32 bit it does come into play. So yes reset
> is always useful for stat guru's like myself :)

Received on Thu Aug 6 17:25:42 2009

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