From: Rene Bartsch (no email)
Date: Thu Oct 29 2009 - 09:45:00 EDT
> On Thu, Oct 29, 2009 at 09:10:27AM +0100, wrote:
> It looks like a "heap" to me. Some library is allocating a lot of virtual
> memory. It could be via Postfix, or via an NSS module, perhaps "db"
> entries in nsswitch.conf, just to close out the Berkeley DB theme.
> Otherwise, run a test Postfix instance with a default configuration,
> and add one feature at a time, until the memory footprint jumps...
The memory usage is caused by
This are whitelists downloaded from DNSWL every night. Each file is about 4 MBytes and bloats EACH
smtpd-process by 10 MBytes.
Is there any reason why such lists are not in shared memory?
Is it normal that TLS bloats each smtpd-process by about 1 Mbyte?