[typo] Typo's memory footprint

Paul Barry mail at paulbarry.com
Fri Aug 4 07:53:45 EDT 2006


A few days later here's where it's at:

root      3395  0.3 53.3  53616 50524 ?        S    Aug02   9:37
/usr/bin/ruby /usr/bin/mongrel_rails start

Seems to be creeping up.  Is this a memory leak or just normal?  Is anyone
else seeing this?

On 8/2/06, Paul Barry <mail at paulbarry.com> wrote:
>
> FYI, I have having a serious memory leak using typo 3.99.x (I think .4,
> can't remember).  It was so bad I couldn't even ssh into VPS account and I
> had to get the sysadmin to restart my "server".  Anyway, I just upgraded to
> 4.00, couldn't have been any easier.  Taking at look at the memory usage,
> it looks like this in "ps aux":
>
> Right after starting:
> root      3395 31.0 25.9  27732 24608 ?        S    10:31   0:02
> /usr/bin/ruby /usr/bin/mongrel_rails start
>
> After first hit to home page:
> root      3395  5.7 26.3  28120 24980 ?        S    10:31   0:02
> /usr/bin/ruby /usr/bin/mongrel_rails start
>
> After first posted article:
> root      3395 16.4 36.9  37900 34984 ?        R    10:31   1:00
> /usr/bin/ruby /usr/bin/mongrel_rails start
> Seems to have leveled off at the last level.  I'll let you know if I
> continue to have problems or if the memory leak is indeed solved with 4.00.
> I'm using apache2 mod_proxy, mongrel and sqlite on a FC4 VPS host.
>
>
>
>
> On 8/1/06, mathew <meta at pobox.com> wrote:
> >
> > Eric Sendelbach 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.
> >
> > I'm seeing size = 51592 and vsize = 63856 for each dispatch.cgi process
> > using lighttpd and fastcgi, so consider yourself lucky :-)
> >
> > I actually had to move up to a higher level of hosting in order to keep
> > running typo, costing me significant cash. To make up for it, I'm now
> > running tracks on the same hosting, and I hope to run a wiki too as soon
> > as I can find or build one I consider suitable. (I'm not wild about
> > instiki.)
> >
> >
> > mathew
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>
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