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Re: "mutt -y" speed

On Fri, Apr 05, 2002 at 12:17:07PM +1000, Brian May wrote:
> What do the columns in slabinfo mean?

Umm, you can read the meaning in the source. There is an interesting
additional profile option where ou can actually see the nuber of use of the
slab cache. (turn on CONFIG_DEBUG_SLAB or only #define STATS 1 in mm/slab.c)

name, activeobjects, existingobjects, size, activeslabs, numslabs, high,
						(allocs, grown, reaped, errors)

> now the problem has gone away... Interesting.
> Might be something to do with nscd not caching properly, maybe?

Well, nscd has a lot of instability and leaks. Try if you can live without

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