[typo] Heavy RAM usage? Instability?
victor-typo at carotena.net
Mon Jan 23 05:54:09 EST 2006
I'm realizing that if typo allowed for multi-blog installations, perhaps
I could reduce the memory consumption, because I have like 5 concurrent
instances of Typo to serve 5 different blogs. If I could combine them
somehow, a single dispatch would be enough for all of them.
I think I saw someone mentioning that he was working on having this
happen. I'd definitely benefit of that change, but I realize that this
implies major architectural changes and that it won't be easy to merge
these changes into the main codebase, unless the maintainers put a
voluntary effort to facilitate that.
Scott, Tobi, what do you say of having Typo be multi-blog capable?
> Hi, Scott,
> Scott Laird wrote:
> >1. Is the memory usage fairly constant, or is it growing? There was
> >a memory leak in Rails 0.14.2 (I think) that caused Typo to grow
> >without bound; that leak has been fixed, but there could be other leaks.
> >2. How much memory is Typo using. I keep hearing numbers like
> >"lots", but I've only seen one set of numbers so far.
> There's a thread on Text Drive with some info:
> Jason, one of the admins, finds that Typon installations on at least one
> of their servers average 100 MB. I'm not sure what kind of traffic those
> installations experience, nor what plugins and themes they're using.
> My own Typo installation is about 50 MB. Very low traffic. It starts
> off at around 30 MB (like my other Rails apps) and then after the first
> page load goes to 50 MB (unlike other RoR apps, which tend to stay
> around 30 MB unless something unusual is going on). The memory usage on
> my installation of Typo doesn't grow much, although that could be
> because of low volume (I've tested with ab, too, but that doesn't prove
> much). It has gone up 2MB since yesterday, when it was steady around 50 MB.
> FYI, loading the front page just now gave me a 503 error. Loading it
> again worked, and subsequent loads are working.
> Also, the memory usage is pretty consistent with a couple of themes,
> including Azure and Origami.
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