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/proc/user_beancounters resetting, [message #26343] Mon, 21 January 2008 22:20 Go to next message
Dariush Pietrzak is currently offline  Dariush Pietrzak
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Does anyone else experience something like that:
 when I stop the VE, and then start it, it's beancounters don't reset,
but, when I stop one VE, and then another one VE, first VE's beancounters 
do get cleaned.

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Re: /proc/user_beancounters resetting, [message #26351 is a reply to message #26343] Tue, 22 January 2008 01:33 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Chris Turan is currently offline  Chris Turan
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Yes, I have the same issue.  Wait for a minute or two after you've 
stopped the VE.  It takes a few minutes for the kernel to clear it out. 
  Not quite sure why.

For you, it probably has nothing to do with that second VE, only the 
fact that you've waited for a little while.

-Chris

Dariush Pietrzak wrote:
> Does anyone else experience something like that:
>  when I stop the VE, and then start it, it's beancounters don't reset,
> but, when I stop one VE, and then another one VE, first VE's beancounters 
> do get cleaned.
>
Re: /proc/user_beancounters resetting, [message #26355 is a reply to message #26351] Tue, 22 January 2008 08:04 Go to previous message
dev is currently offline  dev
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it takes time since TIME WAIT buckets and similar objects should live during some period according to appropriate RFCs.


Chris Turan wrote:
> Yes, I have the same issue.  Wait for a minute or two after you've
> stopped the VE.  It takes a few minutes for the kernel to clear it out.
>  Not quite sure why.
> 
> For you, it probably has nothing to do with that second VE, only the
> fact that you've waited for a little while.
> 
> -Chris
> 
> Dariush Pietrzak wrote:
>> Does anyone else experience something like that:
>>  when I stop the VE, and then start it, it's beancounters don't reset,
>> but, when I stop one VE, and then another one VE, first VE's
>> beancounters do get cleaned.
>>
>
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