Re: Radius eating up memory?
Dale E. Reed Jr. ( (no email) )
Fri, 09 May 1997 13:43:02 -0700
Greg Buffaloe wrote:
> Been testing radius by runnning 'radlogin greg greg 500000'. Below are the
> some of my observation. It appears to eat up memory, longer the test run.
> Any ideas why this might be occuring?
> Pentium 133
> 32 MB ram
> Win NT 4.0 sp2
> after about 10,000 logins. the mem has jumped up to 42,000k (no slow down)
> after about 18,000 logins the mem is now at 47,000k (no slow down)
> "" 40,000 " " " 60,000k (no slow down)
> "" 60,000 " " " 70,000k (no slow down) physical mem 6400k
> 92,000 89,000 (no slow down) 500k
> around 93000 it stop/slows down. CPU had been running 100% now it's
> dropping to 11%when it slow down on a single log in after about 20 fast log
> still running after 98,000 logins. approx 20 logins will occur fast
> (time=60) then on one login it will slow way down(time=100,000). It will
> cycle thru this from then on. The CPU usage is at 100% when the fast
> logins occur, but drop to as low as 11% when on the slow login. The memory
> hovers around 100k-500k.
Its caching information. I believe the memory returns a couple seconds
the radlogin stops. This is NOT RadiusNT doing this (or the memory
return), BTW. Let me know if the memory is not returning.
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