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Re: Core 2019 [message #51943 is a reply to message #51941] Sun, 23 June 2019 09:55 Go to previous messageGo to previous message
mirek is currently offline  mirek
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Novo wrote on Sat, 22 June 2019 23:44

My bad. I didn't follow the threads ...
New logs are attached.


Well, GCC definitely unmaps regions before mapping them back again, so the original hypothesis holds.

Now the interesting question is "are we doing something wrong?". Perhaps we do... Maybe 224MB is too big chunk and it is true that it will waste swap space....

Mirek
 
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