mm, Ive been having bad mem leaks with xorg recently, I guess i should upgrade,
its strange though, it only started to happen recently, the only thing i changed
was an upgrade to the nvidia drivers, i figure it must be some type of
Quoting P at draigBrady.com:
> Niall Donegan wrote:
> > Any handy programs out there for finding out what program on a running
> > system is leaking memory. I know about stuff like valgrind, leaky and
> > their kin, but they either require to run the software to be run on top of
> > them or to have a library compiled in.
> > I'm looking for something that can be thrown into an already running
> > system (LAMP based) and point me at what is causing the trouble.
> > Any help would be much appreciated.
>> Well from outside an app you don't know whether mem is
> being allocated legitimately or being leaked.
>> A good indication though would be to see which programs
> were increasing in size over time. How about this:
>> watch --differences=cumulative "ps -e -o pmem=,rss=,args= | sort -b
> -k1,1n | tail"
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