We are running a real-time process on a non real-time kernel (CentOS 6), and this is probably not going to change. We have a streaming video application that requires about 500 MB/s of PCIe traffic ...
I want to do some low-resources testing and for that I need to have 90% of the free memory full. How can I do this on a *nix system?
I am using this test tool : http://pyropus.ca/software/memtester/ And I noticed that first 3 iterations take 4 hours but 30 iterations take only 12 hours. I was hoping that 30 iterations will take 40 ...
Even though I have set swappiness to 100 and enabled swap, nothing is being swapped out. This is probably because I don't have high memory pressure at the moment. For testing purposes though, I want ...