hmurray at megapathdsl.net
Sun Jul 3 03:35:35 UTC 2016
esr at thyrsus.com said:
> BTW, I think I've knocked the mlockall/threads/async bug on the head. I
> swiped some code from chrony that does memlocking after telling ntpd it can
> have as much memory as it wants - ntpd's worst-case memory requirement ain't
> much. I've had that version running continuously for about 14 hours merrily
> swapping pool servers in and out with no crash.
ntpd can take a lot of memory if you collect the statistics for who is
talking to you on a busy machine, for example a pool server. It depends on
how busy and how long you want to keep the data.
Is there any way to turn that off?
I don't see any mention in the documentation. Where should that go?
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