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Gregg Parmentier
Frequent Advisor

dynamic memory error


I recently upgraded to VMX 7.2-2 from 7.1 and I'm having a problem adding proxies.

Attached are the error message and output from show memory.

It seems to me that the memory isn't being freed when I remove the proxies, as all the entries loaded at boot and ones I've been reloading to fix a problem are causing this error.
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Hoff
Honored Contributor
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Re: dynamic memory error

This is probably a known implementation bug in the TCP/IP Services package, and particularly in its obscure handling of a boundary condition:

Read this:

http://forums11.itrc.hp.com/service/forums/questionanswer.do?threadId=1164275
Steven Schweda
Honored Contributor

Re: dynamic memory error

> It seems to me [...]

I doubt that the INSFMEM complaint has
anything to do with your actual memory.

SHOW WORKING_SET
and report back.
Gregg Parmentier
Frequent Advisor

Re: dynamic memory error


Oh, yeah, TCPIP 5.1, since I didn't mention that before.

Working Set (pagelets) /Limit=8144 /Quota=32000 /Extent=960512
Adjustment enabled Authorized Quota=32000 Authorized Extent=960512

Working Set (8Kb pages) /Limit=509 /Quota=2000 /Extent=60032
Authorized Quota=2000 Authorized Extent=60032
Gregg Parmentier
Frequent Advisor

Re: dynamic memory error


When I installed tcpip 5.1, it transfered proxies, hosts, and other config information from ucx 4.2. For some reason, the proxy limit of 1000 was not transfered and the default of 533 (?) was used.

I have more than 533 proxies.