[Beowulf] Controlling java's hunger for RAM

Christopher Samuel samuel at unimelb.edu.au
Tue Feb 21 00:21:50 EST 2012


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On 21/02/12 16:02, Mark Hahn wrote:

> RLIMIT_RSS is simply a noop; we use RLIMIT_AS (vmem, pvmem).

Gah, sorry, it is indeed RLIMIT_AS we set too (locally patched Torque
so that mem and pmem set it too).

Perils of writing this stuff from memory whilst dealing with the after
affects of someone accidentally upgrading one node of a multi-master
CentOS DS LDAP cluster whilst I was away..

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