[typo] is r1303 unstable for others, too?
pdcawley at bofh.org.uk
Mon Nov 27 10:36:36 EST 2006
"Urban Hafner" <urban at bettong.net> writes:
> On 11/26/2006, "Piers Cawley" <pdcawley at bofh.org.uk> wrote:
>>Urban Hafner <urban at bettong.net> writes:
>>> On Nov 24, 2006, at 20:24 , Piers Cawley wrote:
>>>> What happens if you roll back to r1299?
>>>> That takes it back to rails 1.1.6. If it's stable, I'd appreciate it
>>>> if you could then step forward to r1300 check that for stability.
>>>> If it's stable, move forward one step at a time checking each version
>>>> for stability, which should help us nail down which specific changes
>>>> are responsible for what I'm assuming is a memory leak issue.
>>> I'll try tomorrow. Is there anything special to be aware of? Like
>>> having to migrating the database back?
> I did this and r1299 seems to be stable. At least at the test I used to
> trigger this memory leak:
> 1. Go to homepage
> 2. Go to main admin page
> 3. Click empty fragment cache
> 4. Reload homepage
> 5. Boom!
> When I do this at r1300 I get the following on my console:
> [FATAL] failed to allocate memory
> Neither the fastcgi.crash.log nor the production.log contain any error
> messages. Should I try and switch to development. Does this give more
Development probably doesn't give more output, and probably breaks, if
anything earlier. But it might be worth trying.
One other thing to try is to change blog.rb, text_filter.rb and
user.rb back to using ActiveRecord::Base rather than CachedModel as
their super classes.
If you do remove the CachedModel inheritance stuff, you can also
modify the beginning of app/controllers/application.rb so the opening
stanza looks like:
class ApplicationController < ActionController::Base
# before_filter :reset_local_cache, :fire_triggers
# after_filter :reset_local_cache
I'm afraid this sort of debugging is unlikely to be quick -- I run
with a different hosting provider, or I could probably get at what's
up a wee bit quicker. Thanks for your help with this.
Piers Cawley <pdcawley at bofh.org.uk>
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