I'm running 10.2.14, with roughly 300GB data (1000K +/- tables). 95% tables are innodb. I have 64GB RAM, with INNODB buffer pool size set to 46GB (full my.cnf attached). The OS is Ubuntu 16.04.4. This is a dedicated MariaDB server.
I have swappiness set to 0.
I'm suffering from MariaDB 10.2.14 ripping threw allocated memory and overflowing into swap. innodb_numa_interleave=1 did not solve the problem. Actually, the problem has become even more aggressive recently. Ever since enabling full text search on thousands of tables, MariaDB has become way more aggressive in over consuming memory. I'm faced with either hitting OOM Killer, feeding it by creating more swap, or restarting MariaDB every other day. Of course, all three scenarios are unsustainable.
Not sure if this is related to to indicated issues, or where to take this issue from here.