Re: Radius eating up memory?

Liankui Sun ( )
Fri, 09 May 1997 15:35:19 -0700

What version of NT and ODBC driver do you use?

At 02:52 PM 5/9/97 -0700, you wrote:
>Greg Buffaloe wrote:
>> Dale,
>> Just before I first start running this test, the total memory in use hover
>> around 36,000k out of 228464. Physical Memory Available hovers around
>> 6000k. When radlogin is started, it may jump up to 37,000k. The longer the
>> radlogin runs the higher the memory in use go up gradually. Physical
>> memory available stays steady. After about 90,000 logins, it'll go thru
>> 15-20 (time:70) logins, then appears to get stuck on a login then cycles
>> thru 15-20 more. each time that occurs, the time gets longer and longer on
>> the login it gets stuck on. Only then, the CPU usage will drop to 11%
>> after running 100% all the other times.The memory in use is about 95,000k
>> at this point. The memory does not come back then either. The physical
>> memory available was stable thru all this till the slow down occurred, then
>> it is round between 100k - 500k the entire time.
>> By about this time I have to abort, cause it might take a year to let it
>> run thru all the the logins. Then the memory comes back.
>Is this by any chance an hitting an Access database? My tests with MS
>Access show similar behavior, and with all the noted memory holes in the
>MS Access ODBC driver, I don't doubt it. Using SQL Server this does
>not happen.
>Dale E. Reed Jr. (
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Thanks -:)

L. Sun

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