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PostPosted: Fri Nov 08, 2002 7:16 pm 
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If possible, try mounting a swap file. I have the same problem when Im doing heavy C++ compilation, and find mounting ~512-1024mb of swap space fixes it - the processes get Killed if the system runs out of VM.

Not surprisingly, root processes take priority over non-root, so compiling it as root kills other things instead of javac.


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PostPosted: Sun Nov 10, 2002 3:50 pm 
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Ah, that would explain it. Except I do have a swap partition (it should be mounted as well). It might not be that big, as I was counting on 256MB physical when I set it up, but my motherboard can't handle the chip properly so I only get to use 128MB.

How can I check how much memory different programs/processes are using?

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At a guess, you are on a *nix platform. If you are using GNU/BSD userspace tools, 'ps auwwwx' is your friend. If you are using a commercial nix, 'ps -ef' will probably help.

Another quick way is using 'top' and reading the first few lines, or read the output of 'free', although it is somewhat more convoluted.


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