Zram in gstreamer workload

Jetson Orin mode 0 with Jetson 5.0.2 running with Gstreamer in GPU having a lower zram value in log file compare to Jetson Orin mode 0 with Jetson 5.0.1. Is there any reason why this happen and how can we improve this?

Jetson 5.0.2
vm_group1_/dev/loop0=“16777216” vm_group1_/dev/mmcblk0=“63652757504” vm_group1_/dev/nvme0n1=“1000204886016” vm_group1_/dev/zram0=“1334132736” vm_group1_/dev/zram1=“1334132736” vm_group1_/dev/zram10=“1334132736” vm_group1_/dev/zram11=“1334132736” vm_group1_/dev/zram2=“1334132736” vm_group1_/dev/zram3=“1334132736” vm_group1_/dev/zram4=“1334132736” vm_group1_/dev/zram5=“1334132736” vm_group1_/dev/zram6=“1334132736” vm_group1_/dev/zram7=“1334132736” vm_group1_/dev/zram8=“1334132736” vm_group1_/dev/zram9=“1334132736” vm_group1_cloud=“Static” vm_group1_kernel_release=“5.10.104-tegra” vm_group1_num_cpus=“12” vm_group1_os_info=“Ubuntu 20.04.4 LTS”

Jetson 5.0.1
vm_group1_/dev/loop0=“16777216”
vm_group1_/dev/mmcblk0=“63652757504” vm_group1_/dev/nvme0n1=“1000204886016” vm_group1_/dev/zram0=“1337925632” vm_group1_/dev/zram1=“1337925632” vm_group1_/dev/zram10=“1337925632” vm_group1_/dev/zram11=“1337925632” vm_group1_/dev/zram2=“1337925632” vm_group1_/dev/zram3=“1337925632” vm_group1_/dev/zram4=“1337925632” vm_group1_/dev/zram5=“1337925632” vm_group1_/dev/zram6=“1337925632” vm_group1_/dev/zram7=“1337925632” vm_group1_/dev/zram8=“1337925632” vm_group1_/dev/zram9=“1337925632” vm_group1_cloud=“Static” vm_group1_kernel_release=“5.10.65-tegra” vm_group1_num_cpus=“12” vm_group1_os_info=“Ubuntu 20.04.4 LTS”

Welcome @py.ch to the NVIDIA developer forums.

While I am not able to answer your question, I am certain the helpful folks in the Orin forums will be. So i hope you don’t mind me moving you over there.

Thanks!

sure @MarkusHoHo, thanks for your help.

Hi,
Please share the gstreamer command for reference. Would like to know more information about the use-case.