Re: BSDI / xmalloc - the FAQ fix doesn't fix it for me - help!

From: Oskar Pearson <>
Date: Thu, 18 Sep 1997 14:54:35 +0200


> At the point that Squid throws up the xmalloc errors it is using around 33M
> of RAM according to top, and there is 68M of free memory.
1) I wonder about ulimits?

run bash
type 'ulimit -a' and see if there is a memory limit or swap limit.

otherwise, try squid-NOVM, and also see if gnu-malloc helps... had a similar problem about 2 days ago... want to give
him a mail and see if he sorted something out?

Received on Thu Sep 18 1997 - 05:58:15 MDT

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