I installed wildfire3.1.1 on linux ,and all my memory exhausted

I installed wildfire on my linux server,and all my memory exhausted in one day .Now my dns server can not start,and my ip address can not be accessed.Some errors is as follows:

ps aux | grep named

Signal 11 (SEGV) caught by ps (procps version 3.2.5).

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ps aux | grep named

ps: error while loading shared libraries: libc.so.6: failed to map segment from shared object: Cannot allocate memory

netstat -an | grep 9090

-bash: fork: Cannot allocate memory

free -m

-bash: fork: Cannot allocate memory

I’'m in china now.And I have to work with ssh to connect to remote server in seattle .

But now the thing is like this:

download@david # ssh

ssh: connect to host port 22: Connection timed out

David, Please reply back to this thread about this problem. So we all don;t get confused on which one we are answering. Can you give us the specs on the server you are running.

memory, processor(s), hard drive space, Operating system(linux distro), java version.


Thanks for your reply.

My operation is :fc4

Wildfire version is 3.1.1

jre version is “1.5.0_08”

And my memory is as follows:

free -m

total used free shared buffers cached

Mem: 12054 11848 205 0 727 4472

-/+ buffers/cache: 6649 5405

Swap: 16386 4731 11655

I think the java vitual machine uses only physics memory,not vitual memory.That is why my system stopped


as you have 200 MB free (or 5,4 GB free if one regards “cache” as free) I really wonder what Xmx value you did specify for your Wildfire JVM.