Maintained by: NLnet Labs

[Unbound-users] about memory leak? Unbound 1.4.22

Techs_Maru
Tue May 26 04:52:33 CEST 2015


Hi,

Thank you for teaching me.

> we are running 1.4.22 for more than a year. Unbound is allowed to use ~70 GiB
> (and uses) of memory and we never had a problem with memory leaks. The same
> setup is on eight servers.

Please tell me if that is possible,
How about value is rrset-cache-size? and prefetch parameter is on?

Best regards.

/// Maru

2015-05-24 14:20 GMT+09:00 Rygl Aleš <ales at rygl.net>:
> Hi,
>
> we are running 1.4.22 for more than a year. Unbound is allowed to use ~70 GiB
> (and uses) of memory and we never had a problem with memory leaks. The same
> setup is on eight servers.
>
> Ales
>
> On Friday 22 of May 2015 14:36:56 Techs_Maru wrote:
>> Hi,Folks,
>>
>> I have questions about Unbound 1.4.22
>>
>> I began to use recently Unbound.
>> before that i was using ISC-BIND.
>>
>> Unbound to service in a production environment,
>> It seems like memory leak as the recursive query increases.
>> Is high and utilization compared to ISC-BIND.
>> (but,Unbound and ISC-BIND rr-cache-size configure parameter is different.)
>>
>> Unbound is easy to memory leak?
>> Or ,Unbound bugs?
>> Or , It is proportional to the cache size value ?
>>
>> Now "Resident set size" is about 4GB.
>>