[typo] Typo's memory footprint

Kyle Heon kyleheon at gmail.com
Tue Aug 1 09:17:38 EDT 2006


I upgraded my install to Typo 4 when it came out on TextDrive and
haven't noticed my site go down since. I'm a Linux newbie so how does
one tell how much memory is being used?

I'm also using FastCGI behind lighttpd.

On 8/1/06, Eric Sendelbach <eric.sendelbach at gmail.com> wrote:
> I am hosting my blog on Textdrive and they have a 48 meg limit on
> process usage. After that it just gets whacked. On a fresh restart
> with Typo 4.0.0 its SIZE is 36016K and its RES is 33452K. A couple
> hits on the main page tack on around 4 more megs and about 90% of the
> time just editing an article will push it over the top. Pre 4.0.0 I
> was running on trunk and did not experience this problem. Maybe I was
> hovering at the limit and didn't realize it. My install of Typo is
> sitting behind lighttpd/fastcgi.
>
> Does anybody on the list know if turning off or abstaining from the
> use of certain features will help relieve how much memory is consumed?
> In the spirit of Piers' email to look at more mid/long term goals, I
> think that memory consumption is definitely something that could be
> looked at, at least to offer some way of working with a lighter memory
> footprint.
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