Ivan Tomica @ivan@social.tomica.me

Ivan Tomica boosted

OK, the new #Mastodon admin only instance is now live at tootmin.network

If you're an instance admin, please drop me an email at invites@tootmin.network with your instance URL and username, I'll then review and get you an invite.

Please boost this toot, as the Tootmin Network will give us admins a place to collaborate and discuss Mastodon administration away from our respective instances.

Thanks!

@angristan
Oh my oh my oh my, I waaaaaaaanttttttttt :-)

@SarcasmKid
I just hate folks that chew with their mouts open or something retarded like that. All elementary schools should have 1-2-3 classes about table manners and practice them...

Ivan Tomica boosted

@ajroach42 Terry Pratchett Audiobooks (books, not plays!)

@kev
Do folks that self-host their instance only for their account (like me) also count? :-)

@kev
github.com/bleakgrey/tootle

But I have not tried it, so take that with a grain of salt.

Looks beautiful though...

@angristan
Aaaaaaaa, so that's the goal. Sorry for my stupidity then, I was not aware of the end goal :-)

@angristan
Ah, yea, looks like filelist is causing the issued.

Have you perhaps considered replacing that utility with bash and rsync ? :-P I mean 10g is a lot of memory that could be used the other way...

@angristan
Huh, ok, that's rather weird :-)

@angristan
10m files per folder are a lot :-P 10k or 100k max :-) if there's even way to do that.

@angristan
Thanks, I'll look into it to see if something can be changed there to optimize it a bit.

@angristan
This reminds me, can you point me to the script source so I can see what it is doing?

@angristan
If that's the case then my guess is that usage comes from inode cache. You should consider having less files per directory. Every time you do ls in that folder your kernel reads all of the inodes in that folder and caches them in ram
You can easily trigger oom that way :-)

Script doing that in unoptimized way also does the same thing with ram, but usage is accounted within the process memory space.

@angristan
Pmap should show you process maps, can show what exactly is in memory of the process. GDB has even more advances features to troubleshoot that even further.

@angristan
It would be interesting to see pmap or gdb for that process.

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Ivan Tomica boosted

Anyone else twice as tired as they usually are this week? My body feels like the battery won't hold a charge! :battery_empty: :sloth:

@RussSharek I find it quite better then it was month or two ago. The only one that allows me to continue where I left (kinda like tweetmarker)

@tom79 aaaah, me being blind again it seems... :-)

@maloki
Haven't noticed it in mobile client. That's only obvious on the web :-/
@maloki